deduces|deduced|deducingdɪ'djuːs verb +reason by deduction; establish by deduction +conclude by reasoning; in logic
conclude, infer, understand, gather, assume, presume, derive, draw, work out, divine, glean, take it, suppose, surmise, suspect, SlangBrit suss out:
From the tone of his letter she deduced that he was going to change his mind.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb ~ (sth) (from sth) (formal) to form an opinion about sth based on the information or evidence that is available Synonym: INFER [V that] Can we deduce from your silence that you do not approve? +[VN] We can deduce a lot from what people spend their money on. [also V wh-] See also-DEDUCTION deducible adjective: The answer is deducible from the evidence available.
Collocation Dictionary verb
easily | logically
The total amount can be deduced logically from the figures available.
VERB + DEDUCE
be able to, can | be possible to
Using the evidence available it is possible to deduce quite a lot about how these people lived.
We deduce from his behaviour that he is trying to gain attention.
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