Definitions for derived
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word derived.
formed or developed from something else; not original
"the belief that classes and organizations are secondary and derived"- John Dewey
Of, or pertaining to, conditions unique to the descendant species of a clade, and not found in earlier ancestral species.
Possessing features believed to be more advanced or improved than those other organisms.
product of derivation
The French language is derived from Latin.
Derived refers to something that is obtained, copied, developed, or originated from a particular source or origin. It is an adjective and it usually implies that something has been extracted, produced, or evolved from another entity or aspect. For instance, in science, a 'derived unit' would refer to a measurement unit obtained from basic units. In grammar, a 'derived word' would mean a word that has been formed from another word or root.
Created or formed.
They derived the agreement from the passion, choice and agreement of the people.
Submitted by MaryC on March 15, 2020
Inferred from, learnt from E.g. derived from the recipe book (the recipe being spoken about has been taken from the recipe book)
Submitted by rinat on July 19, 2021
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Rank popularity for the word 'derived' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2951
The numerical value of derived in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of derived in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
I was always intrigued with economic development and an economic climate that frees people, it was innate, something I derived from watching people I admired like my father, and it wasn't something I read or studied in school.
Build for your team a feeling of oneness, of dependence on one another and of strength to be derived by unity.
An action will not be right unless the will be right for from thence is the action derived. Again, the will will not be right unless the disposition of the mind be right for from thence comes the will.
This result opens up the potential to develop a novel anti-cancer drug that is derived from a common condiment that could have a lasting impact on treating several cancers.
The lord is wonderfully good to those who wait for him and seek him.N.B. From this quote is derived the proverb, Good things come to those who wait.
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