Meaning of RAMIFICATION in English

RAMIFICATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

legal

The legal ramifications of the Hains case are tortuous.

And if it meant that Senna were to lose the championship, then the legal ramifications would be far-reaching.

Steven Lowe, Liverpool Who would be the biological parents of a human clone, and what legal ramifications would this have?

political

The political ramifications of resourcing and decision-making likewise can not be ignored.

The political ramifications of shutting Dagenham would be immense.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

At the time, I was not aware of the ramifications of my actions.

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As yet nobody knows what its ramifications will be, though it is clear they will be enormous.

Given the serious clinical ramifications, most attention has been justifiably directed at determining whether antihypertensive treatments are carcinogenic.

He reminds us that safety lapses can have ramifications beyond ourselves.

Meanwhile, the huge snowstorm that hit the East Coast Sunday is having credit ramifications for many municipalities.

The full ramifications are well beyond the scope of this chapter.

The McVeigh case must be regarded as a watershed, both in terms of its specific ramifications and its general implications.

The political ramifications of resourcing and decision-making likewise can not be ignored.

This ongoing evolution of the Internet has ramifications for the types of commercial activities it can offer.

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