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draw a conclusion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdraw a conclusiondraw a conclusionTRUEto decide that a particular fact or principle is true according to the information you have been givendraw a conclusion from It would be unwise to draw firm conclusions from the results of a single survey.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say reach a conclusion or come to a conclusion. draw
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draw fromAs Wolff notes, these wealth data are still preliminary and even in final form are notoriously difficult to draw conclusions from.What makes a column different from a news story is that I am supposed to draw conclusions from an event like this.The paradox of openness and criticism should be appreciated, together with learning how to draw conclusions from evidence.Conceptual factors are those which limit our ability to draw conclusions from experiments, even if they are technically perfect.
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