1) результат, следствие, последствие
2) брит. полит. жарг. арест; успешное осуждение преступника
3) брит. уголовн. жарг. оправдание

to abide by / to accept the result — признавать результаты (выборов)

to achieve results — добиваться / достигать результатов

to annul election results — аннулировать результаты выборов

to assess the results — оценивать результаты

to attain results — добиваться / достигать результатов

to challenge the results — оспаривать результаты

to communicate results (to smb) — сообщать результаты (кому-л.)

to declare results — объявлять результаты

to endorse the results — утверждать результаты

to get results — добиваться / достигать результатов

to give results — давать / приносить результаты

to honor the results of the elections — признавать результаты выборов

to impair the results — отрицательно отражаться на результатах

to inflate the actual results — преувеличивать фактические результаты

to make public the results — оглашать результаты

to make substantial analysis of the results (of) — проводить существенный анализ результатов

to obtain results — добиваться / достигать результатов

to overturn the election results — отменять результаты выборов

to pool the results — подытоживать результаты; подводить итоги

to produce results — давать / приносить результаты

to respect the results of the elections — признавать результаты выборов

to rig / to stage-manage election results — подтасовывать / фальсифицировать результаты выборов

to share the results with smb — обмениваться результатами с кем-л.

to yield results — давать / приносить результаты

- approximate result
- close result
- contest results
- detailed coverage of the election results
- disappointing results
- disastrous results
- early results
- election results
- encouraging results
- end result
- falsification of the election results
- final results
- good results
- immediate result
- inconclusive results of an election
- initial results show a clear lead for ...
- initial results
- invalid result
- meaningful results
- necessary results
- official results
- optimum result
- phoned-in results
- political results
- positive result
- preliminary election results
- provisional election results
- referendum results
- result is definitive
- result is final
- results are in the balance
- results are predetermined
- results obtained
- ruinous results
- significant results
- smb's poor results in the election
- tangible result
- voting results
- with almost half of the results in
- without concrete results

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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