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    Translation correct?

    to ?derive? a word from another - ein Wort von einem anderen ableiten

    Source Language Term

    to ?derive? a word from another

    Correct?

    ein Wort von einem anderen ableiten

    Examples/ definitions with source references
    I know the French word for 'to begin' because I know the English word 'to commence'.
    So I ?derive' the French word from the English one?
    Comment
    Please tell me how to say it in English
    Thanx in advance for any help
    AuthorStephon <de/us>18 Aug 02, 12:20
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    derive

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    ableiten



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    Context/ examples
    "The term Renaissance, describing the period of European history from the early 14th to the late 16th century, is derived from the French word for rebirth, and originally referred to ..." (quote taken from url above)
    Comment
    derive sounds good to me ... see example
    #1AuthorMarkus <de>18 Aug 02, 14:54
     
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