Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
derive /di'raiv/
  • ngoại động từ
    • nhận được từ, lấy được từ, tìm thấy nguồn gốc từ
      • to derive profit from...: thu lợi tức từ...
      • to derive pleasure from...: tìm thấy niềm vui thích từ...
  • nội động từ
    • từ (đâu mà ra), chuyển hoá từ, bắt nguồn từ
      • words that derive from Latin: những từ bắt nguồn từ tiếng La-tinh
Concise Dictionary
+reason by deduction; establish by deduction
+come from
+develop or evolve from a latent or potential state
+come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 draw, extract, get, obtain, acquire, procure, receive, secure, gain, elicit, deduce, educe, infer, gather, collect, harvest, glean, cull, winnow:
I derive no pleasure from punishing you. I derived from her remark that she didn't like the play.
2 derive from. arise from or out of, originate in or with or from, emerge from or out of, come (forth) from or out of, arrive from, issue from, proceed from, develop from, spring from, flow from, emanate from, stem from, be traceable or traced to:
The word delicate derives from Latin. All our knowledge is derived from experience.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
Phrasal Verbs: derive sth from sth
1 (formal) to get sth from sth: He derived great pleasure from painting.
2 (technical) to obtain a substance from sth: The new drug is derived from fish oil.
derive from sth
be derived from sth to come or develop from sth: The word 'politics' is derived from a Greek word meaning 'city'.
Collocation Dictionary


Females and cubs clearly derive some benefit from living in groups.
| largely, mainly, primarily | partly | solely | directly
This income was derived directly from his writing.
| originally, ultimately


We can derive some comfort from this fact.

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