The result proved disappointing.
Among married couples, there has been an increase in divorce and separation with the result that there are many more one-parent families.
As a result, it is undeniable that important disciplines and moral education have been neglected. By placing excessive importance on scholastic achievement, many parents have forgotten such basic social courtesies as consideration for others.
By averaging the squared difference between each value and the mean and finding the square root of the result, we can find the standard deviation.
This inefficiency is a result of the animal's large body and massive legs and feet, which contribute a sideways motion to its walk.
The student submitted a paper to an English-language journal, and the result was "conditional acceptance".
Science and technology have come to pervade every aspect of our lives and, as a result, society is changing at a speed which is quite unprecedented.
As a result, people have got so used to being paid this way that they're uncomfortable with any other.
It has been estimated that, as a result of the destruction, fifty species of wildlife are disappearing from the earth each day.
If there are too many irons in the fire in too short a time, good strategy cannot result.
Any result obtained through the execution of the Commissioned Business shall belong to each party hereto.
Somehow, a nearly bankrupt third-party publisher flashed the new Castlevania game onto the memory incompletely. As a result, an entire generation of kids in Macon, Georgia unanimously condemned it as "Simon Does Nothing but Fall into a Bottomless Pit."
There's no telling what kind of trouble this proposal might stir up. The result is certainly going to be something to see.
It's a strong medicine so you might feel a bit weird as a result.
The rash on Angela's leg was red and blotchy and very itchy, so she went to the doctor.
One of the symptoms of measles is a red rash.
“it would be extremely rash to make such an assumption”
It was very imprudent, very rash of you to speak about her the way you did last night.
We should not be rash now; we should wait for a good chance.
Generalised skin reactions including pruritus, urticaria or non-specific rash.
I was out in the sun for so long that I got heat rash.
The person may have flu-like symptoms, a headache and a high temperature. The person may also complain of a stiff neck and be sensitive to light. At a later stage a rash may form
Don't be so rash! You're barely 18 - it's much too early to get married!
Definition a rash is a lot of red spots on someone’s skin caused by an illness or a bad reaction to something they have eaten or touched
It’s best to think things over calmly and thoroughly, rather than make rash decisions.
That was a rash decision - you didn't think about the costs involved. I think it was a bit rash of them to get married when they'd only known each other for a few weeks.
Maybe I'm being a little rash about the male models. / a rash promise
It would be rash to assume that everyone will agree with you.
Angielskie słowo "uitslag" (rash) występuje w zestawach:Gezondheidsproblemen in het EngelsHealth problems in Dutch