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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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I derive more of my subsistence from the swamps which surround my native town than from the cultivated gardens in the village.
She derives therefrom a certain amount of power to row the boat; that power will produce so much money; you add that to the small annuity; and thus you get at the young woman's income.
Pickwick, and his brother-members of the club that derives its name from him.
who, in common with us all, derives a lustre from his undying name
For I have already reaped from it such fruits that, although I have been accustomed to think lowly enough of myself, and although when I look with the eye of a philosopher at the varied courses and pursuits of mankind at large, I find scarcely one which does not appear in vain and useless, I nevertheless derive the highest satisfaction from the progress I conceive myself to have already made in the search after truth, and cannot help entertaining such expectations of the future as to believe that if, among the occupations of men as men, there is any one really excellent and important, it is that which I have chosen.
The instability, injustice, and confusion introduced into the public councils, have, in truth, been the mortal diseases under which popular governments have everywhere perished; as they continue to be the favorite and fruitful topics from which the adversaries to liberty derive their most specious declamations.
Let us examine the points in which it varies from pure democracy, and we shall comprehend both the nature of the cure and the efficacy which it must derive from the Union.
The glorious family of cotemporaneous plants from which I derive my being, grew in a lovely vale of Connecticut, and quite near to the banks of the celebrated river of the same name.
It happened that a distinguished astronomer selected a beautiful seat, that was placed on the very margin of our position, as a favorite spot for his observations and discourses; from a recollection of the latter of which, in particular, I still derive indescribable satisfaction.
What community, for instance, of refined and intellectual mortals would derive the least satisfaction from shooting pop-guns?
Hence they derive their appellation of Freemen, to distinguish them from the trappers who are bound for a number of years, and receive wages, or hunt on shares.
They derive their origin from a deep religious and contemplative feeling, and also from an observation of curious mental phenomena.
Communications income is income derived from communications activity and may be derived indirectly, but in all cases the taxpayer derives communications income only if it is paid to transmit and bears the risk of transmitting, the communications.
This and other evidence suggests that kerogen derives from "selectively preserved" macromolecules that resist degradation and that once played protective functions in organisms, says Tegelaar, now with Arco Oil and gas Co.
Triangular rule: Like the treaties with South Africa and Switzerland, this rule imposes a 15% withholding tax when a resident of one CS derives dividends, interest or royalties from the other CS, the income is attributable to a PE in a third jurisdiction, and the profits of that PE are subject to an aggregate effective tax rate in the CS of residence and the third jurisdiction that is less than 50% of the general rate of company tax applicable in the CS of residence (i.