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French conclusif, from Late Latin conclusivus, from Latin conclūsīvē (“conclusively”), from past participle of concludere.
conclusive (comparative more conclusive, superlative most conclusive)
- Pertaining to a conclusion.
- Providing an end to something; decisive.
- The set of premises of a valid argument is conclusive in the sense that no further evidence could possibly be added to the set of premises which would make the argument invalid.
- conclusive evidence
pertaining to a conclusion
- IPA(key): /kɔ̃.kly.ziv/
- Homophone: conclusives
conclusive f pl
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