Synonyms of deduct
subtractDictionary • Marks will be deducted for spelling mistakes.
subtract • Subtract the date of birth from the date of death.
remove • Remove the cake from the oven.
withdraw • Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's.
knock off (informal)
, add to
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removeIf you remove something from a place, you take it away.
• Remove the cake from the oven.
subtractIf you subtract one number from another, you do a calculation in which you take it away from the other number. For example, if you subtract 3 from 5, you get 2.
• Subtract the date of birth from the date of death.
withdrawIf you withdraw something from a place, you remove it or take it away.
• Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's. • He reached into his pocket and withdrew a piece of paper.
Thesaurus for deduct from the Collins English Thesaurus
to take away or subtract (a number, quantity, part, etc)