Derives [verb]

Definition of Derives:

deduce a conclusion

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Others call it “Egypt” or “Little Egypt,” a nickname derived, some say, like the nearby town of Cairo, from the fertile bottomlands that once resembled its namesake.

Prete’s 3-D-printed monolith of looping tendrils is both airy and imposing, with a metallic sheen derived from infused aluminum powder.

Yet, agencies, in particular, are continuing to have difficulties deriving the search intelligence they need and finding ways to unlock the potential of the insights that they already have on hand.

Learning from mistakesD’Souza believes that these different reactions derive from the complexity of an infant’s learning environment.

Seventy companies are now moving quickly to bring to market beef and other meat, poultry and seafood products derived from muscle tissue grown in a lab with cells harvested from a living animal.

Google Cloud’s Hasbe believes that organizations like Twitter need a highly scalable analytics platform so they can derive value from all their data collecting.

While the AI is derived from a real human, it is not the same as the physical being.

It’s hard to pass legislation, particularly when you’re in the minority, but it’s also hard to evaluate political subjects and derive consensus approaches to problems that can be fixed through legislative action.

Typically, secondary coastal storms that produce big snows around Washington derive their energy from lows that dissipate in Tennessee or Kentucky and spin up coastal lows to our southeast.

Satellite-derived analyses of ship tracks involve measuring the density of the water droplets in the clouds from the images, and calculating how the brightness of the clouds changes over time.