In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conclusion/fact) deducir(conclusion/fact) inferirto deduce sth from sth — deducir / inferir algo de algo
- from this we can deduce that … — de esto se deduce / se infiere que …
- The conclusions he deduced from it depended entirely on his empirical assumptions.
- As conscious beings we can deduce that the logical conclusion of this decline is our extinction.
- Scientists have deduced that the known physical universe has existed for approx 12 billion years since the Big Bang.
- Hempel and Oppenheim made the important logical point that statements about a phenomenon cannot be deduced from general laws alone.
- Newton had deduced from his theory of gravitation that the Earth would be flattened at the poles.
- Much can be deduced from his art, but the facts surrounding his life remain obscure to an English-speaking audience.
- And with a great leap of logical brilliance, he deduced that he was looking at a ceiling.
- Less obvious truths are deduced from these self-evident beginnings by individually obvious steps.
- Although the reason is unclear I think that, as my neighbour called for my post, it was deduced that I no longer required my box.
- We have very little information about Bhaskara I's life except what can be deduced from his writings.
- The comet made no reappearance and again Lexell correctly deduced that Jupiter had changed the orbit so much that it was thrown far away from the Sun.
- Joseph Raphson's life can only be deduced from a number of pointers.
- He deduces this curious conclusion from their view that a site would have no economic value were it not for the community around it, assuming that this implies that the community is the sole producer.
- It can also be deduced from a copy of the second treatise of Serenus which has survived.
- Nothing further is to be deduced from this reference.
- Examples include Charles Darwin deducing the fact of evolution and then formulating a powerful theory to explain it, thus laying the very foundation of our modern understanding of life.
- The Academics took the part of the questioner, who puts questions to his interlocutors and deduces conclusions that are unwelcome to them from their answers.
- Some dates and places from this period can again be deduced from descriptions of astronomical events recorded by al-Biruni.
- From this it was deduced that Diophantus wrote around 250 AD and the dates we have given for him are based on this argument.
- It's not possible to deduce moral conclusions from first principles.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.