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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 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.
From this early militant phase he would take off on what he would describe as a derive, punctuated precisely by the "events" of '68, when he was teaching at the radical campus of the University of Paris at Nanterre - a many-pathed "drift" in which aesthetics, and indeed the very idea of "the visual" in the visual arts, would play such a singular role.
No doubt Berkut's students in London and elsewhere derive some benefit from learning how to bow, how to work with a partner in stately or lively sequences, and how to master the many balletic steps, such as pas de bourrees or pas ballonnes.
"Our goal is to derive the highest possible value from discarded materials," she says.
[sections] 1.863-9(f), Example 11 (provider of Internet access derives communication income; replication of sites to speed up response considered de minimis).
* Relief from double taxation: In general, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will relieve double taxation by allowing a resident who derives income subject to U.S.
The first derives from the danger of treating value systems as if they were the sole engines of history.
In the same way, Ether, 1990, the plaster cast of an old iron bathtub, evokes a kind of sarcophagus, even though it derives from an object designed for the pursuit of everyday comforts.
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.e., for treaty benefits to apply, the aggregate tax rate must be at least 16.64%, 50% of the Luxembourg corporate tax rate of 33.28%).