Definition of deductio
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LEM
dēductiō, dēductiōnis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. a leading away, conducting off
  2. of colonists, a leading forth, establishing, colonizing
  3. [in law] an ejection, expulsion
  4. a diminution, subtraction, deduction
  5. [figuratively] an inference, course of reasoning
Abbreviations
dēductiō ōnis, f deduco, a leading away, conducting off: rivorum a fonte: Albanae aquae.

—Of colonists, a leading forth, establishing, colonizing: in istos agros: militum in oppida.

—In law, an ejection, expulsion: postulasse, ut moribus deductio fieret.

—A diminution, subtraction, deduction: ne qua deductio fieret: ex omni pecuniā.

— Fig., an inference, course of reasoning: rationis.
 
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