deducir


deducir
v.
1 to guess, to deduce.
por la luz dedujo que debía de ser tarde he could tell by the light that it must be late
dedujo quién era el asesino he worked out who the killer was
El detective deduce la respuesta The detective deduces the answer.
2 to deduct.
me deducen del sueldo la seguridad social national insurance is deducted from my salary
El contador deduce el impuesto The accountant deduces the tax.
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deducir
Conjugation model [CONDUCIR], like {{link=conducir}}conducir
verbo transitivo
1 to deduce, infer
de ahí dedujimos que no había podido jugar from that we deduced that he hadn't been able to play
2 (dinero) to deduct, subtract
verbo pronominal deducirse
1 to follow
de aquí se deduce que ... from this it follows that ...
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verb
1) to deduce
2) deduct
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1. VT
1) (=inferir) [+ razonamiento, conclusión] to deduce, infer (de from)
[+ fórmula] to derive (de from)
2) (=descontar) to deduct

deducidos los gastos — less charges

2.
See:
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verbo transitivo
1) (inferir) to deduce

como no contestaban, deduje que no había nadie — as there was no reply, I assumed there was nobody there

deducir algo de algo — to deduce something from something

2) (descontar) to deduct

deducidos los impuestos — less tax

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= deduct, infer, work out, draw + inference, deduce, gather, make + deduction, make + deduction, reason.
Ex. The price of the demonstration disk is relatively modest and is normally deducted from the full purchase price.
Ex. In many cases this has to be inferred from the position in any given class.
Ex. The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
Ex. The obvious inference to be drawn is that industry representatives believe that membership of the Community is certainly better for industry.
Ex. The passwords used should be chosen with some care, in order to avoid obvious words or numbers which could easily be deduced by those with a desire to 'beat the system'.
Ex. Her attitude enabled him, and everyone else on the staff from what he could gather in the brief time he had been there, to establish a pleasant familiarity with her.
Ex. The author discusses the various deductions which have been made from the results of the analysis.
Ex. A single bill was made out, and each man took an equal share of the payment, regardless of how many pages he had set; deductions were made only for failings such as unpunctuality.
Ex. Ergo, it was reasoned, an entry under the author's name and the title found on the title page or elsewhere in the book, with a symbol to indicate its location on the shelves, should readily help one find the book desired.
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* deducir conclusiones = deduce + conclusions.
* deducirse = follow.
* deducirse de = follow from.
* deducir una idea = draw + idea.
* es de deducir que = it follows that.
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verbo transitivo
1) (inferir) to deduce

como no contestaban, deduje que no había nadie — as there was no reply, I assumed there was nobody there

deducir algo de algo — to deduce something from something

2) (descontar) to deduct

deducidos los impuestos — less tax

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= deduct, infer, work out, draw + inference, deduce, gather, make + deduction, make + deduction, reason.

Ex: The price of the demonstration disk is relatively modest and is normally deducted from the full purchase price.

Ex: In many cases this has to be inferred from the position in any given class.
Ex: The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
Ex: The obvious inference to be drawn is that industry representatives believe that membership of the Community is certainly better for industry.
Ex: The passwords used should be chosen with some care, in order to avoid obvious words or numbers which could easily be deduced by those with a desire to 'beat the system'.
Ex: Her attitude enabled him, and everyone else on the staff from what he could gather in the brief time he had been there, to establish a pleasant familiarity with her.
Ex: The author discusses the various deductions which have been made from the results of the analysis.
Ex: A single bill was made out, and each man took an equal share of the payment, regardless of how many pages he had set; deductions were made only for failings such as unpunctuality.
Ex: Ergo, it was reasoned, an entry under the author's name and the title found on the title page or elsewhere in the book, with a symbol to indicate its location on the shelves, should readily help one find the book desired.
* deducir conclusiones = deduce + conclusions.
* deducirse = follow.
* deducirse de = follow from.
* deducir una idea = draw + idea.
* es de deducir que = it follows that.

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deducir [I6 ]
vt
A (inferir) to deduce
como no contestaban deduje que no había nadie as there was no reply, I deduced o assumed there was nobody there
deducir algo DE algo to deduce sth FROM sth
¿qué deduces de todo esto? what do you deduce from all this?, what conclusions do you draw from all this?
de lo anteriormente expuesto se deduce que … from the above, it may be deduced that …
B (descontar) to deduct
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deducir (conjugate deducir) verbo transitivo
1 (inferir) to deduce;
deducir algo de algo to deduce sth from sth
2 (descontar) to deduct
deducir verbo transitivo
1 to deduce, infer
2 Com to deduct
'deducir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
argüir
- concluir
- deduje
English:
deduce
- gather
- infer
- tell
- deduct
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deducir vt
1. [inferir] to guess, to deduce;
por la luz dedujo que debía de ser tarde he could tell by the light that it must be late;
dedujo quién era el asesino he worked out who the killer was;
¿qué se puede deducir de todo esto? what does all this tell us?, what can be deduced from all this?;
de aquí se deduce que… from this one concludes o infers that…
2. [descontar] to deduct (de from);
me deducen del sueldo la seguridad social national insurance is deducted from my salary
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deducir
v/t
1 deduce
2 COM deduct
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deducir {61} vt
1) inferir: to deduce
2) descontar: to deduct
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deducir vb
1. (sacar una conclusión) to deduce
deduje que te habías comprado el coche I deduced that you'd bought the car
2. (restar) to deduct
me deducen el 20% del sueldo en concepto de impuestos 20% is deducted from my salary in taxes

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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