US: /ɹiˈzəɫt/, /ɹɪˈzəɫt/
UK: /ɹɪzˈʌlt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

result /ri'zʌlt/
  • danh từ
    • kết quả
      • without result: không có kết quả
    • (toán học) đáp số
    • nội động từ (+ from)
      • do bởi, do mà ra
        • poverty resulting from the arms race: sự nghèo nàn do chạy đua vũ trang gây ra
      • (+ in) dẫn đến, đưa đến, kết quả là
        • his recklessness resulted in failure: sự liều lĩnh khinh suất của hắn đã dẫn đến thất bại

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    caused by sth
    1 [C, U] ~ (of sth) a thing that is caused or produced because of sth else: She died as a result of her injuries. + The failure of the company was a direct result of bad management. + He made one big mistake, and, as a result, lost his job. + The farm was flooded, with the result that most of the harvest was lost. + The end result (= the final one) of her hard work was a place at medical school. + This book is the result of 25 years of research.
    of game / election
    2 [C] ~ (of sth) the final score or the name of the winner in a sports event, competition, election, etc: They will announce the result of the vote tonight. + the election results + the football results
    3 [C, usually sing.] (BrE, informal) a victory, especially in a game of football: We badly need to get a result from this match.
    of exam
    4 [C, usually pl.] (BrE) the mark/grade you get in an exam or in a number of exams: Have you had your results yet?
    of test / research
    5 [C] ~ (of sth) the information that you get from a scientific test or piece of research: the result of an X-ray / an experiment
    6 (results) [pl.] things that are achieved successfully: The project is beginning to show results. + a coach who knows how to get results from his players
    + verb [V] ~ (from sth) to happen because of sth else that happened first: job losses resulting from changes in production + When water levels rise, flooding results. + It was a large explosion and the resulting damage was extensive.
    Phrasal Verbs: result in sth to make sth happen: The cyclone has resulted in many thousands of deaths. + [+ -ing] These policies resulted in many elderly and disabled people suffering hardship.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 outcome/effect


    good, positive
    For the best results buy one of the more expensive brands.
    | disastrous, unfortunate | direct, indirect | net | inevitable, logical | dramatic, impressive, spectacular, surprising | lasting | desired
    And did your intervention produce the desired result?


    have, produce
    My interference had rather an unfortunate result.
    | achieve, get, obtain
    This was not the result we had hoped to achieve.


    as a/the ~
    These actions were taken as a direct result of the strike.
    | with a/the ~
    Parking restrictions were lifted, with the result that the road is permanently blocked by cars.

    2 desired effect


    concrete, tangible
    We have yet to see any concrete results from the research.


    come up with, get, produce | give, show
    When is all your effort going to show some results?

    3 final position in a competition


    election | football, racing, etc.


    announce, read out
    The announcer was reading out the football results.

    4 (often results) mark given for an examination


    encouraging, good | disappointing, poor | exam, examination | A-level, degree, etc.


    get, have
    When do you get your exam results?

    5 of an experiment, a medical test, an investigation, etc.


    interim, preliminary | experimental, research | test, X-ray | referendum, survey


    wait for
    The doctor is still waiting for my results.
    | get, have, receive
    I haven't had the X-ray results yet.
    | analyse, evaluate | present, publish
    They hope to publish their results next month.
    | give, yield
    All three methods yielded identical results.


    demonstrate sth, indicate sth, reveal sth, show sth, suggest sth
    Preliminary results suggest that there is no cause for concern.
    | confirm sth, support sth


    pending the ~(s) of
    Work on the scheme has been halted, pending the results of a judicial enquiry.
    | ~ from
    evaluating the results from various recent surveys


    This move will inevitably result in the loss of a lot of jobs.
    | not automatically, not necessarily | easily
    Complacency could easily result in tragedy.
    | quickly | eventually


    can/could, may/might, should, will/would | be expected to, be liable to, be likely/unlikely to
    Such measures are likely to result in decreased motivation of the workforce.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
    +a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem
    +something that results
    +the semantic role of the noun phrase whose referent exists only by virtue of the activity denoted by the verb in the clause
    +issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end
    +have as a result or residue