Definition of traduction
2 : the repetition of a word or one of its derivatives or a term with a change in sense for rhetorical or argumentative effect
4 : logical inference in which premises and conclusion are of the same order of generality
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Origin and Etymology of traduction
Late Latin traduction-, traductio, from Latin, act of transferring, from traductus (past participle of traducere to lead across, transfer) + -ion-, -io -ion
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