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adduction

noun ad·duc·tion \ə-ˈdək-shən, a-\

Definition of ADDUCTION

1
:  the action of adducting :  the state of being adducted
2
:  the act or action of adducing

First Known Use of ADDUCTION

14th century
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adduction

noun ad·duc·tion \ə-ˈdək-shən, a-\

Medical Definition of ADDUCTION

:  the action of adducting :  the state of being adducted

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