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ad·duce

 (ə-do͞os′, ə-dyo͞os′)
tr.v. ad·duced, ad·duc·ing, ad·duc·es
To cite as an example or means of proof in an argument.

[Latin addūcere, to bring to : ad-, ad- + dūcere, to lead; see deuk- in Indo-European roots.]

ad·duce′a·ble, ad·duc′i·ble adj.
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adduce

(əˈdjuːs)
vb
(tr) to cite (reasons, examples, etc) as evidence or proof
[C15: from Latin addūcere to lead or bring to]
adˈducent adj
adˈducible, adˈduceable adj
adduction n
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ad•duce

(əˈdus, əˈdyus)

v.t. -duced, -duc•ing.
to bring forward, as in evidence.
[1610–20; < Latin addūcere to bring into =ad- ad- + dūcere to lead]
ad•duc′i•ble, adj.
ad•duc′er, n.
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adduce

- To cite as an instance or as proof or evidence.
See also related terms for proof.
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adduce


Past participle: adduced
Gerund: adducing

Imperative
adduce
adduce
Present
I adduce
you adduce
he/she/it adduces
we adduce
you adduce
they adduce
Preterite
I adduced
you adduced
he/she/it adduced
we adduced
you adduced
they adduced
Present Continuous
I am adducing
you are adducing
he/she/it is adducing
we are adducing
you are adducing
they are adducing
Present Perfect
I have adduced
you have adduced
he/she/it has adduced
we have adduced
you have adduced
they have adduced
Past Continuous
I was adducing
you were adducing
he/she/it was adducing
we were adducing
you were adducing
they were adducing
Past Perfect
I had adduced
you had adduced
he/she/it had adduced
we had adduced
you had adduced
they had adduced
Future
I will adduce
you will adduce
he/she/it will adduce
we will adduce
you will adduce
they will adduce
Future Perfect
I will have adduced
you will have adduced
he/she/it will have adduced
we will have adduced
you will have adduced
they will have adduced
Future Continuous
I will be adducing
you will be adducing
he/she/it will be adducing
we will be adducing
you will be adducing
they will be adducing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been adducing
you have been adducing
he/she/it has been adducing
we have been adducing
you have been adducing
they have been adducing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been adducing
you will have been adducing
he/she/it will have been adducing
we will have been adducing
you will have been adducing
they will have been adducing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been adducing
you had been adducing
he/she/it had been adducing
we had been adducing
you had been adducing
they had been adducing
Conditional
I would adduce
you would adduce
he/she/it would adduce
we would adduce
you would adduce
they would adduce
Past Conditional
I would have adduced
you would have adduced
he/she/it would have adduced
we would have adduced
you would have adduced
they would have adduced
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.adduce - advance evidence foradduce - advance evidence for      
bear witness, evidence, testify, prove, show - provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
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adduce

verb mention, offer, name, present, advance, quote, allege, cite, designate The evidence she adduced was authoritative.
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adduce

verb
To bring forward for formal consideration:
Archaic: allege.
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Translations

adduce

[əˈdjuːs] VT (frm) → alegar, aducir
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adduce

vt (form)anführen; evidenceerbringen
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adduce

[əˈdjuːs] vt (frm) (fact, reason) → addurre
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