Hindi translation of 'derive'
derive /dɪˈraɪv डिˈराइव़्/
Word forms: derives, deriving, derived
1. transitive verb
If you derive something such as pleasure or benefit from someone or something, you get it from them.
He derives pleasure from helping others.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If something derives or is derived from something else, it comes from that thing.
व्युत्पन्न करना/व्युत्पन्न होना
The word 'salad' is derived from the Roman word for salt.
derive from something
a word/name/title derives from something
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Example Sentences Including 'derive'
Baxter realized that the young man before him would derive considerable comfort from a verdict against the System.Forests of the Night
Her husband appeared to derive his greatest satisfaction from showing the world that his Cynthia had today what they would want tomorrow.The Innocents at Home (A Superintendent Kenworthy novel)
May have to ring you when it comes, to read it to you, as Dan doesn't derive the proper enjoyment from it.AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
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Translation of derive from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary