outcome


outcome
01. What was the [outcome] of your discussions with your boss?
02. We are quite pleased with the [outcome] of the negotiations.
03. It's a little early to know the [outcome] of the operation, but her doctors are optimistic.
04. The only [outcome] that I can see of cutting the education budget is that our children will suffer.
05. No one wanted to risk trying to predict the [outcome] of the talks.
06. We were quite surprised at the [outcome] of the meeting.
07. What is the projected [outcome] of the experiment?
08. Tennis star Arthur Ashe once said that success is a journey not a destination, and that the doing is usually more important than the [outcome].
09. Paul Gray once said that the most important [outcome] of education is to help students become independent of formal education.
10. The [outcome] of these tests should tell us whether or not you need an operation.
11. A Chinese proverb suggests that insanity is doing the same thing in the same way, and expecting a different [outcome].
12. In estimating the probability of an [outcome] in an experiment, one generally models a real-life situation.
13. Before assessing a student's progress, we need to establish the expected learning [outcomes].
14. One's environment helps shape the physical process of growth, and ultimately determines its final [outcome].
15. People usually take credit for actions which produce favorable [outcomes], but blame the situation when their actions are questionable or lead to failure.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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