Synonyms for Derive:


conclude, bring, accept, get together, work out, assume, find, come by, determine. behavior, calcify, assay, balanced equation, procure, obtain, reap, behave, action, aerate, adsorb, the carbon cycle, bond, receive. apposition, appropriacy, canonical form, stem, componential analysis, compound, anaphora, originate, affix, derivative, arise, begin, blend. emanate, come from, derivation, builder, issue, start, flow, Upspring, source, proceed, rise, home, spring, spring from, origin. kin, take, draw. excogitate, reason, evolve. derive (noun)
deduce, deduct, come, infer, gain, educe, descend.


deduce a conclusion (verb)
obtain, procure, assume, work out, gain, determine, evolve, receive, draw, educe, excogitate, infer.

Other synonyms:

come by, receive, bring, obtain, get together, procure. origin, excogitate, arise, Upspring, spring from, builder, source, find, reap. emanate, accept. evolve, proceed, derivation. spring, flow. rise, come from, draw. originate, home. take. take
Other relevant words:
arise, proceed, adsorb, evolve, come by, determine, compound, work out, affix, emanate, calcify, blend, receive, draw, bring, behave, builder, Upspring, accept, flow, anaphora, stem, bond, home, behavior, derivation, appropriacy, find, apposition, assay, reap, come from, start, take, origin, reason, conclude, aerate, rise, spring from, begin, derivative, action, source, kin, procure, spring, excogitate, issue, assume, obtain, originate.

Usage examples for derive

  1. Many wished to derive these prerogatives from the laws; others rejected them. – A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume I (of 6) by Leopold von Ranke
  2. The Germans derive no more pleasure from the songs of their masters than we who may not know their language. – Early Letters of George Wm. Curtis by G. W. Curtis, ed. George Willis Cooke
  3. Should you not like to be with us while we are at study, and see if you think you could derive any benefit from my method? – Mr. Hogarth's Will by Catherine Helen Spence