deduct

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Verb[change]

Plain form
deduct

Third-person singular
deducts

Past tense
deducted

Past participle
deducted

Present participle
deducting

  1. To deduct is to take one thing away from another; to make smaller; often dealing with money.
    I would have a lot more money if it wasn't deducted by taxes and bills.

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