形容词:deducible 动词过去式:deduced 过去分词:deduced 现在分词:deducing 第三人称单数:deduces
ducc＝to lead（领导） 变化型 duct
v [Tn, Tn.pr, Tf, Tw] ~ sth (from sth) arrive at (facts, a theory, etc) by reasoning; infer sth 用推理的方法获致（实情、理论等）; 演绎; 推断
*If a = b and b = c, we can deduce that a = c. 设a = b, b = c, 可以推断a = c.
* Detectives deduced from the clues who had committed the crime. 侦探根据所掌握的线索推断出作案的人.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: deducere 'to lead out', from ducere 'to lead']
to use the knowledge and information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion about it
From her son's age, I deduced that her husband must be at least 60.
What did Darwin deduce from the presence of these species?
1. He has to deduce what he can from the few scanty clues available. 他们不得不从获得的稀少而贫乏的线索中尽其所能地进行推断。
2. He has to deduce what he can from the few scanty clues available. 他们必须根据现有的不充分的线索进行推理。
3. That international sporting contests lead to orgies of hatred, one could deduce it from general principles. 了解到国际运动比赛会导致疯狂的仇恨，也可以从常理中推断出结论。