The Chinese word “结果” can be translated to “result” or “outcome” in English. It is commonly used to express the end result or consequence of a situation or action. For example, if someone asks “你考试怎么样了？” meaning “How did your exam go?”, you can respond with “结果还不错” meaning “The result was not bad”. It can also be used in phrases such as “最终结果” meaning “final result” or “预期结果” meaning “expected outcome”.
Noun: result, outcome
Adverb: finally, at last
|我学了很久，结果考试还是没过||wǒ xué le hěn jiǔ, jiéguǒ kǎoshì háishì méi guò||I studied for a long time, but in the end I still didn’t pass the exam|
|他一直在担心会不会迟到，结果还是来晚了||tā yīzhí zài dānxīn huì bù huì chídào, jiéguǒ háishì lái wǎn le||He was worried about being late all the time, but in the end he still arrived late|
|我们原本想去爬山，结果下雨了，只好改变计划||wǒmen yuánběn xiǎng qù páshān, jiéguǒ xià yǔ le, zhǐhǎo gǎibiàn jìhuà||We originally wanted to go hiking, but it rained, so we had to change our plans|
|她一直在努力学习，结果终于考上了理想的大学||tā yīzhí zài nǔlì xuéxí, jiéguǒ zhōngyú kǎo shàng le lǐxiǎng de dàxué||She worked hard all the time and finally got into her dream university|
|我们本来想去看电影，结果发现电影院已经关门了||wǒmen běnlái xiǎng qù kàn diànyǐng, jiéguǒ fāxiàn diànyǐngyuàn yǐjīng guānmén le||We originally wanted to go watch a movie, but we found out that the cinema had already closed|