"ergo" (Latin)

by Craig Shrives

What does the Latin term ergo mean?

"Ergo" is a Latin term that translates to "therefore" or "consequently." It is used to denote a logical conclusion or inference based on preceding statements or arguments.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three example sentences using the term "ergo":
  • She studied diligently for the exam; ergo, she performed exceptionally well.
  • The data indicates a steady increase in sales over the past quarter; ergo, the marketing campaign has been effective.
  • The defendant was seen near the crime scene at the time of the incident; ergo, there is strong evidence to suggest their involvement.
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