Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Outcome"

The meaning of "Outcome" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa the outcome ?
A: the ending, the consequence of your action
Q: O que significa outcome?
A: An outcome is the result of something.

“I know you wanted to try a new recipe over the weekend. What was the outcome?”
Q: O que significa outcome?
A: The result of something
Q: O que significa 'outcome focused'?
A: Yep, you're correct.
This isn't a very common expression, but it's common in English to combine (hyphenate) words in this way to shorten things. Technically it should be written "outcome-focused".

Example sentences using "Outcome"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com outcome .
A: Tell me the outcome of your experiment.

What was the meeting's outcome?

The outcome of the game was a loss.

The doctor says my outcome [after the surgery] looks good.
---> A person's outcome = their health after an event
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com outcome.
A: The outcome of the election stunned everybody.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com outcome.
A: What was the outcome?

What outcome were you hoping for?

Synonyms of "Outcome" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre outcome e result ?
A: Nothing. Its the same thing
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outcome e result ?
A: The difference is that the result is when something is caused by something. Like when you go outside when it is raining the result is that you get wet but the outcome might be that you get a cold. The outcome is mostly not planned beforehand.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outcome e result ?
A: it has a quite similar meaning I think. Example : 1. We will see the outcome of that risky plan. 2. We will just see the result of that risky plan.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outcomes e outputs ?
A: Outcome = idea, concept, result of an action

- The outcome of a baseball game.

Output = physical, tangible, result of an input

- We need to increase our output to meet demand.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outcomes e results ?
A: Whereas "result" can refer to individual data points (or collectively all the data points), an "outcome" is basically a conclusion derived from those data points.

Outcome is similar in meaning to "end result" (i.e. after the event or calculations are over, what is the end result or consequence?).

Example: "The results are in, and the outcome is: Blue team won!"

So "results" can refer to individual data points (e.g. vote counts) or the final conclusions, but "outcomes" just refers to the final conclusions or consequences (e.g. who won the vote).

Translations of "Outcome"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Which one is better:I posted the outcome yesterday or yesterday I posted the outcome
A: entrambi, se metti una virgola

yesterday, I posted the outcome
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Even if we will get a terrible outcome, we would be fine.
A: *we will be fine
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? He expects that the outcome would be good.
A: 윗문장은 들을 사람이 다 이해할텐데 안 자연스럽게 들립니다. 아주 작은 문법적의 흠이 있는데요. 그게 바로 동사 시제가 알윗문장은 들을 사람이 다 이해할텐데 안 자연스럽게 들립니다. 아주 작은 문법적의 흠이 있는데요. 그게 바로 동사 시제가 알맞지 않기 때문이다. expects = 현재형이지만, would = 과거에 한 추측함.
@xuanzhu님이 쓰셨던 문장이 한국어로 번역해보면, "그는 결과가 좋았을것을 예상하다"하고 그럴것 같다.

좀 이상한 문장 아닌가요? 오히려 아마 원하실 문장이 "그는 결과가 좋은것을 예상하다" 아니면 "그는 결과가 좋을것을 예상하다."는 의미가 가진 문장일것이다. 그렇죠?

그렇다시면 "He expects the outcome will be good." 아니면 좀 더 간단하게 "He expects a good outcome." 하시면 됩니다.

난 영어에까지도 설명하기 힘들텐데 @xuanzhu님이 이해하실 수 있으면 좋겠어요!
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Even if we will get a terrible outcome, we would be fine.
A: do you mean ‘outcome’ as your salary?
Then I suggest,
“Even if we get a low income we will be fine”
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? outcomes
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Outcome"

Q: the electoral outcome grew momentarily cloudy just as the underlying national realities grew ever-more clear.
I can't understand this part.
I can see: 'the electoral outcome' means 'the real result of the election'
then what's 'the underlying national realities'?

A: "The electoral outcome" means the results of voting in the electoral college. The electoral college is how we in the USA elect a president. As the national realities (the actual vote count of each person that voted across the nation) started to be counted, how that would affect the electoral college became less and less clear.
Q: I want to outcome than others soa natural?
A: I don't really understand what you mean by "outcome", but here are some natural phrases below.

I want to surpass other people.
I want to become better than others.
I want to be the very best.
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar Did you ever find the outcome to that equation?(*just natives) .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How would you expect better outcome when you're doing same thing over and over?

Does it sound natural? or
please correct me.

A: Informal:
How would you expect things to become better if you're just doing the same thing over and over again?

or

Formal:
How would you expect a better outcome of that when you attempted the same thing numerous times?
Q: You are must responsible for the outcome of your mistake.

You are must be responsible for the outcome of your mistake. soa natural?
A: A correct version of this sentence would be "You are responsible for the outcome of your mistake." or "You must take responsibility for the outcome of your mistake." The words "You are" accompanied by "must be" does not sound natural or make much sense.

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