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come to a conclusion

This page is about the collocation come to a conclusion

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to conclude, decide or believe something after thinking about it

For example

  • I'm sorry, but we've come to the conclusion that you're not the right person for the job.

  • The conclusion the jury came to was based solely on the evidence they'd heard.

Note:
A related collocation is "come to a decision"

Quick Quiz

I've come to this conclusion after spending a lot of time

a. travelling to get here

b. thinking carefully about it

c. working on this ending

Contributor: Matt Errey