This page is about the phrasal verb result in.
Meaning: to lead to a certain outcome or to produce somethingSynonym: lead to, cause
- result in The new advertisement is really effective. It's resulted in a big increase in sales.
- result in Do you think the government's plan will result in a stronger economy?
Smoking cigarettes or eating too much fatty food usually results in
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Contributor: Matt Errey