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conclude (special or obs. uses are the foll.)
1. “be it c-d,” to conclude, in brief Wint. I. ii. 203.
2. to come to a final arrangement or decision R2 I. i. 156 “ and be agreed,” 1H6 V. i. 5, 2H6 I. i. 218, Cor. III. i. 144, Ham. III. iv. 201 “'tis so c-d on.”
3. to decide, resolve R3 I. iii. 15, Cæs. II. ii. 93, Mac. III. i. 141 “It is concluded.”
4. intr. to be decisive, settle the matter John I. i. 127.
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