CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL CET6
- outcome (n.)
- 1788, "that which results from something," originally Scottish, from out + come (v.). Popularized in English by Carlyle (c. 1830s). Used in Middle English in sense of "act or fact of coming out" (c. 1200). Old English had utancumen (n.) "stranger, foreigner."
- 1. Jockeys are forbidden to bet on the outcome of races.
- 2. Bankers are keeping a wary eye on the outcome.
- 3. Whatever the outcome, it's going to be one hell of a fight.
- 4. It would be presumptuous to judge what the outcome will be.
- 5. The outcome depends on conditions as well as how events unfold.
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