- obtain something from (a specified source)；base a concept on a logical extension or modification of (another concept)
verb: derive, 3rd person present: derives, gerund or present participle: deriving, past tense: derived, past participle: derived
- 1. obtain something from (a specified source) they derived great comfort from this assurance 同義詞
- ▪ base a concept on a logical extension or modification of (another concept) Eliot derived his poetics from the French Symbolists
- ▪ (of a word) have (a specified word, usually of another language) as a root or origin the word “punch” derives from the Hindustani “pancha” the word “man” is derived from the Sanskrit “manu.” 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ arise from or originate in (a specified source) words whose spelling derives from Dr. Johnson's incorrect etymology 同義詞
- ▪ (of an expression in a natural language) be linked by a set of stages to (its underlying abstract form).
- ▪ (of a substance) be formed or prepared by (a chemical or physical process affecting another substance) strong acids are derived from the combustion of fossil fuels
- ▪ obtain (a function or equation) from another by a sequence of logical steps, for example by differentiation the volume fraction of the soil can then be derived as a function of L
e.g:The custom "is derived from" South America. e.g...多了道『演變的過程』在其中，所以此處用be derived from。 e.g: The superstition of the aboriginal...
Derive: Middle English, from Anglo-French :deriver, from...you to understand if you read it in English.) 2009-06-25 22:16:44 補充： derive=de+rivus de=從那裡來(拉丁語,西班牙語) rivus=河流 derive=從那裡...
Lipoprint-derived 脂蛋白-衍生的 Lipoprint: 我查了google後發現...which lipids are transported in the blood. derive: To obtain or receive from a source. To produce or obtain...