deduce (something) from (something)

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deduce (something) from (something)

To infer information from something. Oh, I deduced from her disinterested tone that she wouldn't be joining us today. A: "Did you know he wasn't coming?" B: "I deduced that when I saw you pull up alone."
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deduce something from something

to infer or conclude something from a set of facts. Can I deduce a bit of anger from your remarks? I deduce nothing from everything I have heard today.
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The conclusions deduced from these facts are unavoidable, and in stating them the author has been influenced by no feeling of animosity, either to the individuals themselves, or to that glorious cause which has not always been served by the proceedings of some of its advocates.
Glare is a leading error in the philosophy of American household decoration - an error easily recognised as deduced from the perversion of taste just specified.
Now let us consider the situation and see what may be deduced from it.
Two inferences, however, were plainly deduced from the whole: one, that Elizabeth was the real cause of the mischief; and the other that she herself had been barbarously misused by them all; and on these two points she principally dwelt during the rest of the day.
Just as the existence of Pluto was deduced from the orbits of other planets, so too do the difficulties that plague Alan's life point to a central issue he hasn't fully dealt with--the death of his mother two years ago.
Students, however, do not seem to notice the importance of clusters as evidently as that of semi-technical collocations (as deduced from comments in class).
The billboards--four, five, or six are cut out and pasted on top of each other--are intended for distribution around cities in Germany, Austria, and England; their origin can be deduced from the truncated ads and their frames, which are standardized in each country as wallpaper for public space.
That knowledge, in turn, permits the age of other murals to be deduced from the alignment of their magnetite particles.
tuberculosis isolates from San Francisco were deduced from the unique genomic sequences deleted fromeach isolate.
Compared with propositions of knowledge, norms are propositions expressing thoughts deduced from epistemologically very different premises and by different kinds of reasoning.
The side is best further deduced from additional ENG information, audiology, history, and neurotologic examination.
More immediately, from the total radiation of the Sun, its surface temperature was deduced from the rule, and turned out to be about 5,700[degrees] K.
Are the demand functional forms of an econometric model deduced from (or even compatible with) economic theory?
Physical location is deduced from power-distance ZONING using signals received by the RELAYER(TM) readers at different locations away from the tags.
If many pulsars are older than their so-called characteristic age--the age deduced from their spin rate--theorists may have to revise models describing the stability and survival of such extremely dense matter.