It’s a foregone conclusion that Spain will win tonight’s match.
The victory was a foregone conclusion.
And the outcome was not a foregone conclusion.
It's pretty much a foregone conclusion that my chosen recipe won't work out as I hope.
All empires fall and all states eventually fail; the end of the United Kingdom “is a foregone conclusion”.
Diawara says the outcome is a foregone conclusion and that Hissene Habre has already been as good as tried.
I'm sad to say, a foregone conclusion.
You didn't have any foregone conclusions before?
In politics, nothing is a foregone conclusion.
From the board, I'd say the outcome is a foregone conclusion.
(the income foregone because language barriers alter and reduce international trade) in 2012 as high as 59 billion, or 3.5% of GDP.
Hmmm - I'm not sure. I think it can but it's not a foregone conclusion unless they manage to attract the right level of investment.
Now, if something is a foregone conclusion, it's a result that is certain to happen. He thinks it's certain that his recipe won't work out.
Besides, he coined phrases and expressions we still use to this day, such as " fair play" , " a foregone conclusion" and " to wear your heart on your sleeve" .
他还创造了许多词组和短语，如 “fair play”、“foregone conclusion (预料中的结局）”、 “to wear your heart on your sleeve (十分坦率）”等，它们一直沿用到今天。
And he may well have been right: on May 11th Mr Castro won re-election with 66.5% of the vote—a healthy total, to be sure, but well short of his 2011 showing of 81.4%. His victory was a foregone conclusion.