(?), n. Act of subduing. Bp. Warburton.
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(?), } v. t. [L. subducere, subductum; sub under + ducere to lead, to draw. See Duke, and cf. Subdue.] 1. To withdraw; to take away. Milton.
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2. To subtract by arithmetical operation; to deduct.
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If, out of that infinite multitude of antecedent generations, we should subduce ten.
Sir M. Hale.
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