result

result
1. noun
1) (anything which is due to something already done: His deafness is the result of a car accident; He went deaf as a result of an accident; He tried a new method, with excellent results; He tried again, but without result.) následek, výsledek
2) (the answer to a sum etc: Add all these figures and tell me the result.) výsledek
3) (the final score: What was the result of Saturday's match?) výsledek
4) ((often in plural) the list of people who have been successful in a competition, of subjects a person has passed or failed in an examination etc: He had very good exam results; The results will be published next week.) výsledky
2. verb
1) ((often with from) to be caused (by something): We will pay for any damage which results (from our experiments).) vyplynout, vzniknout
2) ((with in) to cause or have as a result: The match resulted in a draw.) skončit (čím)
* * *
• vyplývat
• výsledek
• plynout
• následek

English-Czech dictionary. 2013.

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