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verb tr., intr.: To push or move below something.
From Latin subducere (to draw up, withdraw, remove), from sub- (below) + ducere (to draw, lead). Earliest documented use: 1556.
“Mr. Jones was also, as far as Archy knew, the first person to use the term Brokeland to describe this neighborhood, the ragged fault where the urban plates of Berkeley and Oakland subducted.”
Michael Chabon; Telegraph Avenue; HarperCollins; 2012.
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