proceder de


proceder de
v.
to come from, to proceed from, to originate from, to hail from.
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proceder de
(venir de) to come from
¿de dónde procede su familia? where is her family from?
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to come from
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(v.) = emanate from, originate (from), come from, hail from, proceed from
Ex. Works with unknown or uncertain personal authorship, or works emanating from a body that lacks a name are to be entered under title.
Ex. Funding for advice centres can originate from any one of four government departments: the Department of Trade, the Home Office, the Lord Chancellor's Office and the Department of the Environment.
Ex. A modem is an electronic device which converts or modulates data coming from a computer into audio tunes which can be carried over normal phone lines and demodulates incoming tones from the phone line into data that can be used by the computer.
Ex. Museum publication design hails from a classical tradition that favours conservatism, perhaps more than is desirable.
Ex. Although nepotism is considered selfish, it proceeds from the generous impulse to pass something on to one's children, and this we think of as entirely praiseworth.
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(v.) = emanate from, originate (from), come from, hail from, proceed from

Ex: Works with unknown or uncertain personal authorship, or works emanating from a body that lacks a name are to be entered under title.

Ex: Funding for advice centres can originate from any one of four government departments: the Department of Trade, the Home Office, the Lord Chancellor's Office and the Department of the Environment.
Ex: A modem is an electronic device which converts or modulates data coming from a computer into audio tunes which can be carried over normal phone lines and demodulates incoming tones from the phone line into data that can be used by the computer.
Ex: Museum publication design hails from a classical tradition that favours conservatism, perhaps more than is desirable.
Ex: Although nepotism is considered selfish, it proceeds from the generous impulse to pass something on to one's children, and this we think of as entirely praiseworth.


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  • proceder — Proceder, et aller avant, Procedere. La chose ne procede point, et ne va point en avant, Res non procedit. Il faut proceder cautement, Cauto est opus. Proceder criminellement contre aucun, Anquirere capitis vel capite. Proceder selon l ordonnance …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • proceder — PROCEDER. v. n. Provenir, deriver, tirer son origine. Cette maladie ne procede que de l intemperie des humeurs, tout son mal ne procede que de chagrin. c est de là que procedent tous nos maux. leur mesintelligence procede de ce que. On dit en… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • proceder — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż I, D. u, Mc. procedererze {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} postępowanie, działanie, stanowiące zwykle czyjeś źródło utrzymania, niezgodne z prawem lub zasadami moralnymi : {{/stl 7}}{{stl 10}}Niecny proceder. Proceder handlu… …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • proceder — a procedeu à entrega dos bilhetes. proceder contra procedeu contra o atropelante. proceder de procede dos antigos Iberos; procede do leite …   Dicionario dos verbos portugueses

  • proceder — Se conjuga como: temer Infinitivo: Gerundio: Participio: proceder procediendo procedido     Indicativo   presente imperfecto pretérito futuro condicional yo tú él, ella, Ud. nosotros vosotros ellos, ellas, Uds. procedo procedes procede procedemos …   Wordreference Spanish Conjugations Dictionary

  • proceder — |ê| v. tr. 1. Provir, ser oriundo, descender. 2. Originar se, provir, derivar se. 3. Obrar. 4. Instaurar processo, entregar à justiça. 5. Principiar a fazer alguma coisa e continuá la (ex.: procedeu ao levantamento do auto). • v. intr.… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • PROCÉDER — v. n. Provenir, tirer son origine. Cette maladie ne procède que de l âcreté des humeurs. D où procèdent tous ces troubles ? Tout son mal ne procède que de chagrin. Leur amitié, leur mésintelligence procède de ce que ... On dit, dans le langage… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • PROCÉDER — v. intr. Provenir, tirer son origine. D’où procèdent tous ces troubles? Le français, l’italien et l’espagnol procèdent directement du latin. Dans le langage théologique, il se dit en parlant des Personnes divines. Le Fils est engendré par le Père …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • procéder — (pro sé dé. La syllabe cé prend un accent grave quand la syllabe qui suit est muette : je procède, excepté au futur et au conditionnel : je procéderai, je procéderais) v. n. 1°   Proprement, s avancer vers, d où se mettre à une besogne. Procédons …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • proceder — (Del lat. procedere, adelantar.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 Modo de comportarse: ■ no me parece correcto su proceder en este asunto. SINÓNIMO actitud comportamiento ► verbo intransitivo 2 Tener una cosa su origen en otra: ■ el vino procede de la… …   Enciclopedia Universal


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