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Translation of "deduce" - English-Spanish dictionary

deduce

verb   /dɪˈdjuːs/
to reach an answer or a decision by thinking carefully about the known facts deducir We cannot deduce very much from these figures. The police have deduced that he must have left his apartment yesterday evening.1109
deducible adjective   /dɪˈdjuː.sɪ.bl̩/ formal deductive adjective   /dɪˈdʌk.tɪv/
deductivo a deductive argument deductive logic/reasoning11091101
(Definition of deduce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deduce

verb /diˈdjuːs/
to work out from facts one knows or guesses deducir From the height of the sun, I deduced that it was about ten o’clock.
deduction /diˈdakʃən/ noun
the act of deducing deducción He worked it out by a process of deduction.
something that has been deduced deducción Is this deduction accurate?
(Definition of deduce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deduce”
in Vietnamese suy luận…
in Malaysian simpulkan…
in Thai คาดคะเน…
in French déduire…
in German folgern…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推断,推论…
in Turkish var olan bilgiyi kullanarak bir sonuca varmak, sonuç çıkarmak…
in Russian делать вывод…
in Indonesian memperhitungkan, menarik kesimpulan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 推斷,推論…
in Polish wywnioskować…
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