Definition of educe in English:
verb[with object] formal
late Middle English: from Latin educere 'lead out', from e- (variant of ex-) 'out' + ducere 'to lead'.
- Example sentences
- The expenses due to the receivables trading are educible.
- From a user's point of view the protocols differ primarily by the used bandwidths and the respective transfer rates but vary as well regarding educible signs.
Pronunciation: /ēˈd(y)o͞osəbəl, iˈd(y)o͞os-/adjective
Words that rhyme with educeabstruse, abuse, adduce, Ballets Russes, Belarus, Bruce, burnous, caboose, charlotte russe, conduce, deduce, deuce, diffuse, douce, excuse, goose, induce, introduce, juice, Larousse, loose, luce, misuse, moose, mousse, noose, obtuse, Palouse, papoose, produce, profuse, puce, recluse, reduce, Rousse, seduce, sluice, Sousse, spruce, traduce, truce, use, vamoose, Zeus
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