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1. Outcome, consequence, or conclusion of a problem, probe or experiment after a period of time. This conclusion can be one result, multiple results, or no results. The length of time taken to find a result can vary from less than a second to many years.
2. Data received after processing a query. For example, when a user submits a search query in an online search engine, the online search engine will process the user's query and generate search results usually within fractions of a second.

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Trying to accurately predict the result of a new project can be hard to do but you must try to get as close as you can.
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At the end of the day all that matters is the bottom line result so you must work hard to make it positive.
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As a result of the trade, our team went on a ten game winning streak and found ourselves as the number one seed.
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