derive


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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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This ratio is multiplied by net income to derive the value of the business.
The customer, not the contract manufacturer, is the only entity that ever owns--and hence that can derive gross receipts from the sale of--the Qpp.
Yet it would be wrong to imagine Lyotard's derive as a melancholy matter of the sort he associated with Adorno; on the contrary, he envisaged a gay science, working with other weapons and in other ways than through abstract negation.
Thus, the taxpayer must engage directly in the space or ocean activity in order to derive SPOCI.
One of the studies (14) cited as evidence for genospecies specificity was published even before the genospecies were differentiated; the other "consistent independent findings" derive from the laboratories of Drs.
Thus, since Company did not otherwise derive a tax benefit from the plan (for instance, by taking a deduction for the plan contributions against its unrelated business income (UBI)), only those contributions attributable to employees involved in generating UBI were subject to the 10% Sec.