English version

resultant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresultantre‧sul‧tant /rɪˈzʌltənt/ adjective [only before noun]  formalRESULT happening or existing because of something She is still trying to get over the attack and the resultant injuries.
Examples from the Corpus
resultantBanks provide a loan to deal with the resultant cash deficiency.The resultant changes in regional species composition have many consequences for human health.The blast and resultant fire destroyed the building.The doctor advises that insomnia with resultant irritability and even mild depression may occur.The resultant pattern, therefore, is a constant alternation of mood.There are resultant phasic convergence and retraction of the eyes.Unfortunately for the visitors assistant manager Jim Duffy blasted the resultant spot kick over the bar.
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