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Synonyms for derive

derive from something

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  • come from
  • stem from
  • arise from
  • flow from
  • spring from
  • emanate from
  • proceed from
  • descend from
  • issue from
  • originate from

Synonyms for derive

to obtain from another source

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to have hereditary derivation

to arrive at through reasoning

Synonyms for derive

obtain

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come from

develop or evolve from a latent or potential state

come from

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The 120-day Long-Term Retention Enhance Service (ranging between $75,000 and $100,000) verifies that an institution can deriver on the collegiate experience they promise students.
But the 41-year-old German deriver took the unusual step of having his personal doctor Johannes Peil at the track and underwent an exam on his neck at his motor-home after testing.
You should always be thinking about your shotgun's ability to deriver the mail well beyond the normal effective range of a standard steel shot load.
A well-supported, fully-funded destination marketing organization and its army of traveling "evangelists" can deriver a cash-to-the-community, immediate return on investment when they bring Wavelers to town.
These two books, African Voices of the Atlantic Slave Trade and The Sounds of Slavery, both deriver raw voices of Africans and African Americans to their readers.
Brown also promised a 'post-racial' America, and it did not deriver.
It is deriver as line 1 minus line 8 in fade 2 plus the total in column 12 in labia 6.
These sensory signals are ideal for products intended to deriver a lavish, satisfying experience for the user.
For instance, nearly all of us worked together earlier this year with the Federal Trade Commission in an unprecedented partnership to deriver one, clear--and powerful--message: We Don't Serve Teens.
In addition to eliminating any sales competition, this has allowed us to work more closely with our retail partners to deriver "right-trend" products to their consumers.
Disant tout le bien du livre de Jacques Beauchemin, La societe des identites, Labelle critique la facon dont la societe quebecoise s'eloigne du fondement politique pour deriver depuis 1995 vers ce qu'il appelle la <<pensee du politico-identitaire>> : <<Apres plus d'une dizaine d'annees de celebration plus ou moins beate de la << difference>>, du <<metissage>>, de <<l'identite fragmentee, fuyante et plurielle>>, il se leve enfin quelqu'un pour refuser la reduction du politique a la <<reconnaissance>> de la <<diversite profonde>> ou a la <<gestion de la difference.
Manufactured by Crossland Tankers, the leading milk manufacturer in the UK, the new tankers will be used to collect and deriver milk to businesses throughout central England.
These are the key steps needed to address the healthcare infrastructure problem that almost everyone agrees is now the main impediment to further scaling up treating for people with HIV/AIDS and resuscitating countries' ability to deriver basic health services to all.
When you deriver your care to your resident, you have to philosophically step in with whatever approach you're taking," Hall advises.