1. to cause (something) to happen
The disease resulted in his death. to produce (something) as a result
The trial resulted in an acquittal.
The result ended in failure結果以失敗告終
result t in導致
result t in adverse effect導致不良影響
result t in cause導致
result management in shooting games射擊運動成績管理
The Result Goes In結果進去
Will result in將會導致
performance testing tools let you experiment with different system configurations, such as raid array stripe size and hard disk file format, to see which combinations result in better performance.
returns the result in the specified language to the user.
but there are signs it may be formalized and result in concrete projects.
a minimal error or deviation may result in wide divergence.
failure to comply with these conditions will result in termination of the contract.
if put together and heated to 25℃ at constant pressure, these substances will result in a new compound.
this should result in the display of all address spaces.
the deal is expected to result in similar tie-ups between big media companies and telecommunications operators.
compulsion will never result in convincing them.
high temperatures also result in high evaporation from the plants.
of course, creating a handle every time you create an object can result in a lot of handles!
this could result in objects being moved from one thread to another through a series of loads and stores.
actors commonly represent 「deeper」 interactions, however, which can result in multiple classes and more complex interactions.
any errors due to system failure result in a 500.
fifty per cent of road accidents result in head injuries.
the breakdown of law and order could result in killing on a massive scale.
tv stations are clear about what this latest move means for them though - they say it will result in a loss of revenue.
we take a point on the geometry -- the centroid -- compute the value for that point on the space filling curve, and store the result in an additional column.
this can result in incredibly quick response time due to direct, purposeful actions.
us officials said they were scrutinising the export of poultry and vehicles, but said any action in retaliation by china could result in a complaint by the us to the wto.
meanwhile, the nodes attribute specifies a query expression that can result in any number (including zero) of nodes.
this produces the result in listing 21.
complacency could easily result in tragedy.
such a war could result in the use of chemical and biological weapons.
when you do something with faith, it will result in success.
in this case, requests from one service policy which demand excessive cpu and lead to overload could result in breached service goals for the other policy or for both policies.
the transitions are managed by applying the appropriate actions which result in the application generating a specific view.
the downside, of course, is that this flexibility can be abused and result in slow performance.
「more than 70% of recorded great white attacks on humans result in just the shark biting and then leaving, 」 she said.
excessive dosage of this drug can result in injury to the liver.
doing so, however, will often result in an immediate and positive impact to your project and your environment.
ankle sprains are often caused by the twisting or rolling of your ankle and result in swelling and pain above and around the ankle.
this meeting should result in some change in how they work for the coming sprints, because they work to continually improve their team and practice effectiveness.
because we do try to give as much partial credit as possible in these exams, since there are a lot of places where small mistakes can result in the wrong answer.
if the solution requires additional queue managers, it might result in additional instances of other software components in the stack up to and including additional servers.
of course, keeping the compensation information in memory would significantly speed up the processing but could result in further database inconsistencies if the compensation coordinator were to fail.