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to deduce

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to deduce - deduzierenLast post 20 Feb 08, 11:41
to deduce http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/deduce 1. to derive as a conclusion from som2 Replies
to deduce - inferierenLast post 01 Jun 04, 15:35
Der Duden kennzeichnet "inferieren" als "veraltet", der Wahrig listet es offensichtlich gar …0 Replies
herauslesen - deduce Last post 22 Jan 08, 12:58
Radioastronomen können aus den Pulsen herauslesen, um was es sich handelt: http://dict.leo.o…1 Replies
derive vs. deduceLast post 18 Mar 10, 09:27
Can someone explain me the difference between those 2 words? Leo tells me that both mean "a…10 Replies
Vom Ganzen ableiten vs. Das einzelne betonen - induce - deduceLast post 12 Feb 07, 11:20
Only in the course of a play particularities in the dramatis persona may be deduced, while p…1 Replies
um die Stoßrichtung abzuleiten - to derive/to deduce the direction of impactLast post 06 May 09, 14:20
Further in a case study, “we have carried out a competitive intelligence, which included as fi1 Replies
deductive or inferential???Last post 10 Feb 10, 02:30
Hi there - they are both translated as "schlussfolgernd" but surely there is a difference - …5 Replies
WorterschließungstechnikenLast post 09 Jun 08, 11:40
Im Sinne von "im Englischunterricht müssen Worterschließungstechniken gefördert werden." Gi…1 Replies
ableiten/herleitenLast post 06 Nov 06, 23:46
Vergleichen von Lehrplänen, um Inhalte für Schulbücher her-/abzuleiten comparing of differen…5 Replies
RückschliessenLast post 27 Dec 06, 19:47
Aus dieser Erkenntnis müsste es möglich sein, den Punkt zu eruieren, wenn man von ein paar v…3 Replies
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