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Translation of derivar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 1.1 (proceder) See examples:derivar de algo
    to derive from something
    come from something
    to derive from something
    to arise from something
    palabras derivadas del latín
    words of Latin origin
    words derived from Latin
    el problema deriva de la falta de confianza
    the problem arises o stems from a lack of confidence
    1.2 (traer como consecuencia) See examples:derivar en algo
    to result in something
    lead to something
    derivó en un deterioro de la calidad
    it resulted in o led to a decline in quality

verbo transitivo

also: derivarse verbo pronominal

  • (proceder) See examples:derivarse de algo
    to be derived from something
    come from something
    to arise from something

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