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Translation of "derive" - English-Spanish dictionary

derive

verb /diˈraiv/
(with from) to come or develop from derivar The word ’psychology’ is derived from Greek. to draw or take from (a source or origin) sacar, recibir We derived comfort from his presence. derivation /deri-/ noun the source or origin (of a word etc) origen The derivation of this word is Spanish. the process of deriving. derivación derivative /diˈrivətiv/ adjective derived from something else and not original carente de originalidad, poco original Kick Boxing is a derivative sport that uses elements of Karate, Boxing and Thai Boxing.
(Definition of derive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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