culminate in (something)

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culminate in (something)

To end or result in something. All of my hard work culminated in several awards at the end of the school year.
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culminate in something

to climax in something; to end with something. The contest culminated in a victory for the best band. The play-offs culminated in a big win for the Chicago team.
See also: culminate
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There was much buzzing and preparation for a long time previously, and it culminated in a wild excitement at the appointed time.
Lamai fought pitched battles with his brothers and sisters for teasing Jerry, and these battles invariably culminated in Lenerengo taking a hand and impartially punishing all her progeny.
Just like a human, these sensations on occasion culminated in emotions.
He had hardly touched the paper with the point of his twig when a low, wild peal of laughter broke out at a measureless distance away, and growing ever louder, seemed approaching ever nearer; a soulless, heartless, and unjoyous laugh, like that of the loon, solitary by the lakeside at midnight; a laugh which culminated in an unearthly shout close at hand, then died away by slow gradations, as if the accursed being that uttered it had withdrawn over the verge of the world whence it had come.
Sudan has been racking up unrest since last December, turning anger from rising bread prices and lack of liquidity into ongoing protests that culminated in armed forces' intervention to topple President Omar Al-Bashir.
Milwaukee built a 20-point lead late in the third quarter that culminated in Brandon Jennings assisting back-to-back baskets by Jabari Parker and Tyler Zeller.
The rally marched on roads in different areas including Suhrab Goth and culminated in Orangi.
Ins Anna Middleton "We believe Jake was involved in a series of incidents that have culminated in him receiving a serious head injury and falling unconscious.
Sources based in Nablus said break-ins into civilian homes by the Israeli forces culminated in the abduction of two Palestinian youths from the villages of Madma and Ourata.
The series of unfortunate events that culminated in the first- ever resignation of an written a terse no- nonsense resignation and walked across the South Block corridor from his ` office to the Raksha Mantri's.
Tunisia's revolution, which culminated in a peaceful election in October, has inspired reform movements throughout the Middle East, including the uprisings that toppled Egypt's Hosni Mubarak and Moamer Kadhafi in Libya.
Gibson is more than satisfied with Prestatyn's pre-season which culminated in an excellent showing in a 1-0 home defeat last Friday against a Stoke City side parading pounds 30m worth of talent.
The most famous of these were carried out under the rubric Lidl (a nonsense moniker in the tradition of "Dada") and culminated in the creation of autonomous spaces such as the Lidl-Raum, 1968-69, and the Lidlakademie, 1969.
Yahng's chapter involvement culminated in a term as chapter president 1998-99.