As a verb done
As a noun outcome is
information, event, object or state of being produced as a result or consequence of a plan, process, accident, effort or other similar action or occurrence.
(of food) Ready, fully cooked.
In a state of having completed or finished an activity.
- As soon as the potatoes are done we can sit down and eat.
- He pushed his empty plate away, sighed and pronounced "I am done ."
Being exhausted or fully spent.
- They were done playing and were picking up the toys when he arrived.
Without hope or prospect of completion or success.
- When the water is done we will only be able to go on for a few days.
Fashionable, socially acceptable, tasteful.
- He is done , after three falls there is no chance he will be able to finish.
- I can't believe he just walked up and spoke to her like that, those kind of things just aren't done !
- What is the done thing these days? I can't keep up!
* be done for
* be done with it
* done deal
* get done for
* well done
(African American Vernacular English, Southern American English, auxiliary verb, taking a past tense) Used in forming the perfective aspect.
- I have ''done'' my work.
- I done did my best to raise y'all.
Information, event, object or state of being produced as a result or consequence of a plan, process, accident, effort or other similar action or occurrence.
A positive result or consequence.
(probability theory) The result of a random trial. An element of a sample space.
- A quality automobile is the outcome of the work of skilled engineers and thousands of workers.
(education) The results or evidence of students' learning experience. Often used in place of desired outcomes .
- Three is a possible outcome of tossing a six-sided die.
- The outcomes of this course are outlined in your syllabus.
, date=November 12
, title=International friendly: England 1-0 Spain
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Spain failed to move through the gears despite exerting control for lengthy spells and a measure of perspective must be applied immediately to the outcome