deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
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- develop or evolve from a latent or potential state
How To Use educe In A Sentence
- To reduce the wing trim drag, the fuselage was fitted with lateral surfaces called chines, which actually converted the forward fuselage into a fixed canard which developed lift.
- This regime should have been more than adequate to demonstrate any significant short-term effects of reduced sleep.
- A reduced short chain fatty acid concentration has also been reported in pouch contents from patients with pouchitis compared with those without.
- Some houses were reduced to neat rectangles of foot-high rubble.
- High-quality sprinkler systems and new fireproof roofing materials, for example, can reduce the chance of fire.
- they were reduced to mendicancy
- Such an approach not only allows the authors to discuss the work from many different angles, but allows them to do so without implying that the practical quandaries in The Angel of History can be reduced to a simple meaning.
- It has been reduced to something of a laughing stock. Times, Sunday Times
- The principle of mathematical induction, claimed Poincaré, cannot be logically deduced.
- That night, to reduce suspicion, I decide to go drinking with the trishaw drivers.