English version

foregone conclusion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforegone conclusionˌforegone conˈclusion noun   be a foregone conclusion
Examples from the Corpus
foregone conclusionBut none of these is a foregone conclusion.But it is by no means a foregone conclusion.But gaining that support was not a foregone conclusion.But is it really a foregone conclusion that all of these young people will turn to crime?But the outcome of the battle was a foregone conclusion.
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