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Translation of "deduction" - English-Spanish dictionary

deduction

noun   /dɪˈdʌk.ʃən/
the process of reaching a decision or answer by thinking about the known facts, or the decision that is reached deducción Through a process of deduction, the detectives discovered the identity of the killer. All we can do is make deductions from the available facts.1109
the calculation of taking an amount or a part of something away from a total or the amount that is taken away deducción The interest I receive on my savings account is paid after the deduction of tax.14231374
US and Australian English ( UK stoppage) an amount that is taken away from the money you are paid before you officially receive it deducción After deductions, his taxable income is $30,000.
(Definition of deduction from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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