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abduce (Englisch)[Bearbeiten]

Verb[Bearbeiten]

Zeitform Person Wortform
simple present I, you, they abduce
he, she, it abduces
simple past   abduced
present participle   abducing
past participle   abduced

Worttrennung:
ab·duce, Partizip Perfekt: ab·duc·ed, Partizip Präsens: ab·duc·ing

Aussprache:
IPA: []
Hörbeispiele:

Bedeutungen:
[1] veraltet: trennen, absondern
[2] wegnehmen, (bei Menschen:) entführen
[3] wegführen, wegwenden

Synonyme:
[1] abduct

Beispiele:
[1] "This feature of φ allows it to satisfy the special need of a legal reasoner who has sought to abduce the legal rule, namely, to find an explanation of the facts (Θ) from a legal point of view."[1]
[2]

Übersetzungen[Bearbeiten]

Referenzen und weiterführende Informationen:
[1, 2] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary „abduce
[1] Dictionary.com Englisch-Englisches Wörterbuch, Thesaurus und Enzyklopädie „abduce
[1] dict.cc Englisch-Deutsch, Stichwort: „abduce
[1, 3] Georg Heinrich Noehden; Rabenhorst's dictionary of the German and English languages: in two parts, Bände 1-2; 1814 Google Books
[3] Thomas Wright; Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English: containing words from the English writers previous to the nineteenth century which are no longer in use, or are not used in the same sense. And words which are now used only in the provincial dialects; 1857 Google Books

Quellen:

  1. Steven J. Burton: The Path of the Law and Its Influence: The Legacy of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. 1. Auflage. Cambridge University Press, 2007, ISBN 9780521037464 (Zitiert nach Google Books, Google Books)