transitive verb-·duced′, -·duc′ing
Origin of subduceClassical Latin subducere from sub-, from + ducere, to lead: see duct
(third-person singular simple present subduces, present participle subducing, simple past and past participle subduced)
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Latin subdÅ«cÅ (“I remove; I withdraw").