concluir


concluir
v.
1 to conclude.
concluir haciendo o por hacer algo to end up doing something
María concluyó su tarea Mary concluded her homework.
Ella concluyó la solución She concluded the solution.
2 to (come to an) end.
3 to come to an end, to conclude, to reach the end.
Su luto concluyó Her mourning came to an end.
4 to finish off.
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concluir
Conjugation model [HUIR], like {{link=huir}}huir
verbo transitivo
1 (terminar) to finish
2 (trato, negocio) to close
3 (inferir) to conclude, infer
4 (dar remate) to put the finishing touches to
verbo intransitivo
1 (finalizar) to finish, come to an end, conclude
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verb
1) to conclude
2) end
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1. VT
1) (=finalizar) [+ estudios, trabajo] to finish, complete, conclude frm

concluiremos las obras en 2014 — work will finish in 2014, the work will be completed in 2014

regresó a España tras concluir su visita oficial a China — he returned to Spain after concluding o ending his official visit to China

2) (=alcanzar) [+ acuerdo, pacto] to reach
3) (=deducir) to conclude

el informe concluye que ese no es el factor más importante — the report concludes that this is not the most important factor

concluir algo de algo — to deduce sth from sth

2.
VI frm (=finalizar) [acto, proceso, evento] to conclude, finish, end; [era, etapa] to end, come to an end; [plazo] to expire

el acto concluyó con un brindis — the ceremony concluded o finished o ended with a toast

las negociaciones concluyeron en un tratado de paz — the talks ended in a peace treaty

cuando la investigación concluya — when investigations are complete o have been completed

y para concluir ... — and finally ...

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (frml) (terminar) <obras> to complete, finish; <trámite> to complete; <acuerdo/tratado> to conclude
2) (frml) (deducir) to conclude, come to the conclusion

concluir algo de algo — to conclude something from something

2.
concluir vi (frml)
a) congreso/negociaciones to end, conclude

el plazo concluyó el día 17 — the time limit expired on the 17th

concluir en/con algo — to end in/with something

las conversaciones concluyeron en un acuerdo — the talks ended in agreement

concluyó con una concentración — it ended with a rally

concluir de + inf — to finish -ing

concluir con algo — to finish something

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= conclude, work out, wind up (in/at), wrap up, bring to + a close, finish off, top + Nombre + off, close + the book on.
Ex. Thus chapter 21 concludes with a number of special rules.
Ex. The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
Ex. Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.
Ex. The article is entitled 'ACRL wraps up year 1 of Academic Library Statistics Project'.
Ex. 2006 was brought to a close with a flurry of acquisitions.
Ex. His statement is a serious threat to the cooperative sector and was aimed at finishing off the movement.
Ex. Top it off with spicy yacamole and it's worth the nosh.
Ex. Obama, who tries to steer clear of the political thicket of race and politics, accepted the apology and said he wanted to close the book on the episode.
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* dar por concluido = close + the book on.
* para concluir = in closing, in conclusion, to wrap things up.
* sin concluir = unfinished.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (frml) (terminar) <obras> to complete, finish; <trámite> to complete; <acuerdo/tratado> to conclude
2) (frml) (deducir) to conclude, come to the conclusion

concluir algo de algo — to conclude something from something

2.
concluir vi (frml)
a) congreso/negociaciones to end, conclude

el plazo concluyó el día 17 — the time limit expired on the 17th

concluir en/con algo — to end in/with something

las conversaciones concluyeron en un acuerdo — the talks ended in agreement

concluyó con una concentración — it ended with a rally

concluir de + inf — to finish -ing

concluir con algo — to finish something

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= conclude, work out, wind up (in/at), wrap up, bring to + a close, finish off, top + Nombre + off, close + the book on.

Ex: Thus chapter 21 concludes with a number of special rules.

Ex: The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
Ex: Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.
Ex: The article is entitled 'ACRL wraps up year 1 of Academic Library Statistics Project'.
Ex: 2006 was brought to a close with a flurry of acquisitions.
Ex: His statement is a serious threat to the cooperative sector and was aimed at finishing off the movement.
Ex: Top it off with spicy yacamole and it's worth the nosh.
Ex: Obama, who tries to steer clear of the political thicket of race and politics, accepted the apology and said he wanted to close the book on the episode.
* dar por concluido = close + the book on.
* para concluir = in closing, in conclusion, to wrap things up.
* sin concluir = unfinished.

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concluir [I20 ]
vt
A (frml) (terminar, completar) ‹obras› to complete, finish; ‹trámite› to complete; ‹acuerdo/tratado› to conclude
otra firma se encargó de concluir el proyecto another company undertook to finish o complete the project
se espera concluir las obras a fin de mes it is hoped that the work will be concluded o completed o finished by the end of the month
B (frml) (deducir) to conclude, come to the conclusion concluir algo DE algo to conclude sth FROM sth
de lo dicho se puede concluir lo siguiente: … from what has been said one can conclude the following o draw the following conclusion/conclusions: …
■ concluir
vi
(frml)
1 «congreso/negociaciones» to end, conclude
el plazo concluyó el día 17 the time limit expired on the 17th, the deadline was the 17th
concluir EN/ CON algo:
las conversaciones concluyeron en un acuerdo the talks ended in agreement
concluyó con una concentración delante del cuartel it ended with a rally outside the barracks
2 «persona»: concluir DE + INF; to finish -ING
cuando concluyó de hablar when she finished speaking
concluir CON algo to finish sth
piensan concluir con las pruebas a la brevedad they plan to finish the trials as soon as possible
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concluir (conjugate concluir) verbo transitivo
a) (frml) (terminar) ‹obrasto complete, finish;

trámiteto complete;
acuerdo/tratadoto conclude
b) (frml) (deducir) to conclude, come to the conclusion;

concluir algo de algo to conclude sth from sth
verbo intransitivo (frml)
a) [congreso/negociaciones] to end, conclude;

el plazo concluyó el día 17 the time limit expired on the 17th

b) [persona] concluir de hacer algo to finish doing sth

concluir verbo transitivo to conclude
'concluir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
rematar
- zanjar
English:
close
- conclude
- deal with
- follow through
- round off
- tie up
- wrap up
- complete
- conclusion
- round
- wind
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concluir
vt
1. [acabar] [concierto, película, reunión] to end, to conclude;
[trabajo, obras] to finish, to complete;
una ovación concluyó su discurso his speech got an ovation;
al concluir 1999 todavía quedaban varias pueblos sin teléfono at the end of 1999, several villages were still not connected to the telephone network;
“este incidente no se volverá a repetir”, concluyó “this incident will not be repeated,” he concluded
2. [deducir] to conclude;
acabó concluyendo que se había equivocado he finally concluded that he had made a mistake;
de su respuesta concluyo que no le interesa from her answer I gather that she's not interested;
de lo que se concluye que… from which we can conclude that…
vi
to (come to an) end;
el plazo concluye hoy the time limit expires today, the deadline is today;
la manifestación concluyó con la lectura de un poema the demonstration ended with the reading of a poem;
este año las clases concluyen en junio term ends in June this year;
concluir haciendo o [m5]por hacer algo to end up doing sth
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concluir
v/t & v/i conclude
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concluir {41} vt
1) terminar: to conclude, to finish
2) deducir: to deduce, to infer
concluir vi
: to end, to conclude
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concluir vb
1. (acabar) to end / to finish
la película concluye con la muerte del protagonista the film ends with the death of the main character
2. (deducir) to conclude
el jurado concluyó que el acusado era culpable the jury concluded that the accused was guilty

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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