Meaning of OUTCOME in English

OUTCOME

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ desirable , desired , favourable/favorable , good , happy , positive , satisfactory , successful

▪ adverse , bad , negative , poor , unfortunate , unsatisfactory

▪ fatal , tragic

▪ possible

▪ likely , probable

▪ different

▪ anticipated , expected , inevitable , intended , logical , predicted

▪ unexpected

▪ immediate

▪ actual , eventual , final , long-term , ultimate

▪ direct

a direct ~ of the strike

▪ practical

▪ educational , electoral , political , etc. ( all technical )

VERB + OUTCOME

▪ affect , change , influence

▪ decide , determine

▪ predict

We use a computer model to predict the ~ of different scenarios.

▪ know

We may not know the ~ until tomorrow.

▪ achieve , have , produce

Their strategy produced the desired ~.

▪ evaluate , measure ( technical )

The aim is to evaluate possible ~s.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ of

the ~ of the election

PHRASES

▪ whatever the ~

Whatever the final ~ of the talks, the war should end soon.

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