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    resulted to

    "Last year in the Philippines, earthquakes and tidal waves resulted in the deaths of more than 6000 people."

    Can we say "resulted to the death........."?

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    Re: resulted to

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "Last year in the Philippines, earthquakes and tidal waves resulted in the deaths of more than 6000 people."

    Can we say "resulted to the death........."?
    No.

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    Re: resulted to



    But you can say 'led to the death' - which may be where the errant preposition came from. (I rather like 'errant' there - reminiscent of Knight-errant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia )

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