yn sgil hynny
- yn sgil hynnyo ganlyniad,
Adjective(1) occurring with or following as a consequence
(1) If the research fails to produce expected results, the consequent frustration could be disastrous.(2) Rising house prices and rising interest rates have resulted in a squeeze on first time buyers with consequent effects on recruitment and retention in key public services.(3) There was a surge of missionaries (especially from North America) and a consequent increase in the number of evangelical congregations.(4) But every complete sentence can be used without expressing a judgement, for instance as the antecedent or consequent of a conditional.(5) Most of the streams normally follow the continental slope toward the sea across the various provinces and are of the kind called consequent streams.(6) She claims compensation for irreparable effects of the assaults on her mental condition and their consequent effect on her ability to earn her future livelihood.(7) As a result, effects in one domain generate consequent effects in the other domains.(8) As a result of shorter hospital stays and a consequent increase in the acute care provided in outpatient settings, the authors say, the office practice setting could yield a greater margin for improvement.(9) Critics of congressional monetary policy would point out the legislative lags that result and the consequent harm to economic performance.(10) The consequent decline in discipline results in a behavioural focus - for instance insisting on the wearing of student ID cards, with students sent home from lessons if they fail to do so.(11) As a result of the consequent shortfall between supply and demand, a spokesman complained, some poor schools would have to recycle worn out copies, so that needy children would be learning from third- or even fourth-hand books.(12) If the antecedent is more true than the consequent , then the conditional is less than the maximal truth by the difference between their values.(13) Otherwise, we're going to see a slow death of scientific research in this country, with consequent effects on the rest of the economy.(14) The second half of the eighteenth century saw substantial changes in the agrarian practices employed in north-east Scotland, consequent on the need to increase the profitability of the great estates.(15) In addition to damaging patients' health, poor nutrition and the consequent increase in hospital stays may be costing the exchequer millions of pounds each year.(16) A recent survey of the traffic in the town revealed that on an average weekday, more than 4000 vehicles pass along Main Street, with consequent difficulties for those trying to cross the road.
(1) consequent upon :: sy'n ganlyniad i
2. resultant ::
4. consequential ::
5. following ::
6. subsequent ::
7. successive ::
8. attendant ::
9. accompanying ::
10. concomitant ::
11. collateral ::
13. related ::
Different Formsconsequent, consequently
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