deduct

[ dih-duhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deduct

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Mrs. Crampton had orders to deduct the price of the glass from her wages. '

You charge them for everything you give them, and deduct that from their wages.

Deduct from this 384 holidays, and you get 2496 working days during the eight years.

To convert into Réaumur, deduct 32, multiply by 4, and divide by 9.

He does it willingly, but the master has power to deduct it from his wages in the name of the Guild.

I see Miss Barbara's eyes red like morning sky and I deduct.

I see you shot out and gloomy like evening cloud, and I deduct.

How can we deduct his pain-cost from or weigh it against his compensation?

I reflect, I deduct, I conclude—that is all; but I do not divine.

And you can deduct the twenty-five cents out of my allowance.

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