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pre- +‎ deduct


prededuct (third-person singular simple present prededucts, present participle prededucting, simple past and past participle prededucted)

  1. To deduct beforehand.
    • 1992, Allen I. Janis, ‎John R. Porter, Recent Advances in General Relativity, →ISBN, page 114:
      The semicolon denotes two-dimensional covariant differentiation, and the separately conserved electrostatic stress-energy contribution has been prededucted from 1.
    • 2015, Robert Ignatius Burns, Medieval Colonialism: Postcrusade Exploitation of Islamic Valencia, →ISBN:
      Vives was to prededuct a salary of 950 solidi yearly for the governing castellan, Arnold of Fores.