|déduire englanniksi||derive fr, abate fr, deduce fr, guess fr, deduct fr, gather fr, elicit fr, infer fr|
*: For fear it [water] choke up the pits...they [the workman] derive it by other drains.
: to abate a nuisance
: The writ has abated.
: to abate a writ
*: The hyer that they were in this present lyf, the moore shulle they be abated and defouled in helle.
: Order restrictions and prohibitions to abate an emergency situation.
*: She hath abated me of half my train.
: Legacies are liable to be abated entirely or in proportion, upon a deficiency of assets.
*: His eye was not dim, nor his natural force abated.
*: Not that they feel it so, but only to abate the edge of envy.
*: The fury of Glengarry...|, not being inflamed by any fresh provocation, rapidly abated.
*: ... in the morning, the wind having abated overnight, the sea was calm, ...
: We will abate this price from the total.
*: Allowing nine thousand parishes (abating the odd hundreds) in England and Wales ...
*: Abating his brutality, he was a very good master.
*: The kynge of Scottes planted his siege before the castell of Norham, and sore abated the walls.
*: O goddess, say, shall I deduce my rhymes / From the dire nation in its early times?
*: Reasoning is nothing but the faculty of deducing unknown truths from principles already known.
*: See what regard will be paid to the pedigree which deduces your descent from kings and conquerors.
: to deduce a part from the whole
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson
*: He should hither deduce a colony.
: He who guesses the riddle shall have the ring.
: That album is quite hard to find, but I guess you could try ordering it online.
*: Not all together; better far, I guess, / That we do make our entrance several ways.
*: But in known images of life I guess / The labour greater.
*: Tell me their words, as near as thou canst guess them.
: If you dont know the answer, take a guess.
: I will deduct the cost of the can of peas from the money I owe you.
: Ive been gathering ideas from the people I work with.
: She bent down to gather the reluctant cat from beneath the chair.
: We went to gather some blackberries from the nearby lane.
: Over the years hed gathered a considerable collection of mugs.
: People gathered round as he began to tell his story.
*: Tears from the depth of some divine despair / Rise in the heart, and gather to the eyes.
*: Their snowball did not gather as it went.
: She gathered the shawl about her as she stepped into the cold.
: A gown should be gathered around the top so that it will remain shaped.
: Be careful not to stretch or gather your knitting.
: If you want to emphasise the shape, it is possible to gather the waistline.
: to gather the slack of a rope
: From his silence, I gathered that things had not gone well.
: I gather from Aunty May that you had a good day at the match.
: Salt water can help boils to gather and then burst.
*: He gathers ground upon her in the chase.
: Fred wished to elicit the time of the meeting from Jane.
: Did you elicit a response?
*: An elicit act of equity.----
*: It is dangerous to infer too much from martial bluster in British politics: at the first hint of trouble, channelling Churchill is a default tactic for beleaguered leaders of all sorts.
*: These and a thousand like propositions, which concurre in this purpose, do evidently inferre transterm|sonnent|lang=frm some thing beyond patient expecting of death it selfe to be suffered in this lifenb....
*: This doth infer the zeal I had to see him.
*: The first part is not the proof of the second, but rather contrariwise, the second inferreth well the first.
*: faire Serena...fled fast away, afeard / Of villany to be to her inferdnb....
*: Full well hath Clifford played the orator, / Inferring arguments of mighty force.