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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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Variables that we retained for our model included (in order of importance) Elevation, Zulu2, Vegtyno, Deriver, Vegetation Continuous Field-00, Vector-ruggedness-measure-5, Zulu1, Deroglo, Zulu3, World-reference-base for-soil-resources-NO, Slope, Normalized-difference-vegetation-index-01, and Hill.
"En selectionnant les membres de l'Assemblee Constituante, nous avons pose la premiere pierre dans notre edifice democratique que nous tous avons envie de batir", a encore indique le president de l'Assemblee du Peuple (chambre basse du Parlement) en ajoutant que "la voie de la democratie est celle que nous avons choisie depuis le debut, celle de laquelle nous n'allons a jamais nous deriver".
Having been ordered to command a unit of the Special Forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to deriver covertly and for immediate use six Medium Range Ballistic Missiles with mated thermonuclear warheads, and to provide the final guidance and targeting expertise required to launch the missiles as directed, Li was about to complete his mission.
The president routinely depicted by detractors as the demon seed of the '60s counterculture is in fact an establishment figure who blocks efforts to end federal discrimination against gay people, supports immunity for federal agents who illegally engaged in warrantless wiretapping, declines to withdraw on any front from either the war on drugs or the war on jihad, made insurance giganticorps the centerpiece of his health care law, failed to close the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, and helped deriver hundreds of billions of dollars into the hands of insolvent bankers and industrialists.
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.
"'It's up to our information technology infrastructures that we build to deliver the vast majority of health information to providers at the point of care," rather than relying on patients to deriver the data, said Dr.
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. This is because sea change events without attendant, sustained, substantive change end up being events, not durable change."
Soon truck firms will also be able to deriver effective technology aimed at reducing injuries to pedestrians when research being undertaken under the European Aprosys Integrated Project comes to fruition.
When he entered to deriver the opening speech from Richard III, his left arm was in a sling, and he wore a brace on his left leg, which caused him to walk with a limp.
We deriver solutions that are cost effective, time sensitive, and most appropriate for each individual housing situation.