result from, result in

Use result from when the object is a cause:

  • The changes resulting from the women’s movement have been far-reaching. [The women’s movement is the cause of the changes.]

Use result in when the object is a result:

  • The attempt to scale the cliff resulted in the tragic death of the climbers. [The tragic death is the result of the attempt.]

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