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Sl. polish off, Sl. knock off, dispatch; carry through, follow through, go through with, play out; expire, run out, run its course, be all over; stop, cease, halt, stay, hold, desist, give up; discontinue, suspend, drop, have done with, break off, leave off, quit, Sl. knock it off; postpone indefinitely, table, shelve, ring down the curtain on, call it a day, close or shut down shop.
2. settle, resolve, clear up, reconcile; make peace, come to terms, strike a bargain, agree, compromise, accommodate; arbitrate, mediate, negogiate, engineer, manage, arrange terms, work out, solve; bring about, cause, make happen, effect, effectuate, produce; bring off, Sl. pull off, Inf. put over, All U.S. Sl. swing, cut, hack; achieve, attain, accomplish, compass, arrive at, reach.
3. deduce, infer, construe, derive, put two and two together, U.S. Inf. figure out; calculate, compute, reckon, figure; gather, glean, get, arrive at; understand, realize, comprehend, perceive, see; assume, presume, take for granted, think; guess, conjecture, theorize, hypothesize, surmise; suspect, suppose, imagine.
4. decide, determine, fix upon; resolve, judge, make up one's mind, elect, prefer; choose, settle on, select.

conclusion, n. 1. close, end, termination, finish, completion; finale, final act or scene, last part or stage; consummation, fruition, achievement, attainment, accomplishment, acquirement; realization, fulfillment, culminaton, climax, capper, denouement; expiration, death, bitter end; annihilation, extinguishment, eradication, abolishment; stopping, stoppage, cessation, discontinuance, halt; checking, arrestment, staying, holding back, desisting; suspension, breaking off, leaving off, quitting.
2. summary, summation, wrap-up, windup; resume, synopsis, recapitulation, coda; epilogue, afterword.
3. result, issue, outcome, upshot; effect, consequence, repercussion, aftereffect, afterclap; aftermath, wake, train, trail; outgrowth, derivative, product, offspring, offshoot; fruit, yield, crop, harvest.
4. settlement, resolution, compromise, coming to terms; agreement, gentlemen's agreement, bargain, Inf. deal; pact, covenant, bond, compact, understanding; concordat, alliance, treaty; arrangement, contract, commitment.
5. final decision, judgment, determination, verdict, finding, arbitration, arbitrament; sentence, Law. award, declaration, decree; conviction, view, opinion, sentiments, impression, feeling; reasoning, reflection, observation, thought.
6. deduction, inference, construing, derivation; calculation, computation, reckoning, figuring, gathering, gleaning; understanding, realization, comprehension, perception; assumption, supposition, presumption; thinking, feeling, suspicion; guess, conjecture, theory, hypothesis, Rare, surmisal.
7. in conclusion finally, at last, at long last, at length, in the end; ultimately, eventually.

conclusive, adj. 1. decisive, definitive, decided, settled, determining, determinative; final, ultimate, perfect, absolute, categorical, unqualified, unconditional; infallible, incontestable, unquestionable, indisputable, indubitable, incontrovertible, irrevocable; certain, sure, definite; undeniable, unrefutable, irrefragable; clear, defined, plain, apparent, obvious, evident, self-evident, manifest, patent, palpable; unavoidable, inescapable.
2. convincing, valid, authenticated, cogent, substantial, firm; confirmed, corroborative, established, fixed, set, habitual, chronic, inveterate; verifiable, verificative, confirmable; authoritative, strong, power ful; commanding, overwhelming, crushing, damning, telling, revealing; clinching, clenching, crowning, top

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