duc-, -duce, -duct, -ducent, -ductor, -duction, -ductive, -ducer, -ducement, -ducation

(Latin: to lead, leading; bringing; to take; to draw along or out)

Educatio pro omnibus.
Education for all.

Motto of Sampson Technical College, Clinton, North Carolina, USA.

1. The imparting and acquiring of knowledge through teaching and learning; especially, at a school or similar institution.
2. The system of educating people in a community or society.
After all, what is education but a process by which a person begins to learn how to learn?
—Peter Ustinov, in Dear Me; 1977.
educational (adjective), more educational, most educational
1. Pertaining to the transfer of knowledge, instruction, or information to others: In school, the students watched an educational film on German traditions.
2. Relating to something that teaches and from which learning is possible: Mr. Smart received some new educational books for instructing his students in English.
3. Relating to or concerned with education: The educational value of going on a field trip to the zoo was disputed among the members of the staff.
4. Referring to the process of giving knowledge, instruction, or information: In the procedure of teaching, educational devices and material, like overhead projectors and tranparancies, were used a lot in teaching languages.
An expert in the theories or administration of education.
1. In an educational manner.
2. A reference to, involving, or descriptive of education.
1. Serving to educate: "She obtained educative knowledge from her reading."
2. Pertaining to or productive of education.
1. A professional teacher.
2. An expert in the theories or administration of education.
educe (verb), educes; educed; educing
1. To elicit or to derive something; for example, a conclusion.
2. To assume or to work out from given facts; to deduce.
3. To draw forth or to bring out, as something potential or latent; to elicit; to develop.
Capable of implying or bringing out something potential or latent: "He educed order out of chaos."
A substance extracted from another substance without chemical alteration.
1. The derivation or development of something, or something derived or developed.
2. The exhaust of an engine, especially an internal-combustion or steam engine.
Someone who, or that which, brings forth, elicits, or extracts.
electret transducer (s) (noun), electret transducers (pl)
A tool that is actuated by electric waves from one system and which supplies power in the form of electric waves to a second network.
1. A facility for transmitting electricity.
2. A measure of the total dissolved ions in a substance, which indicates the material's ability to conduct electricity.
A system for carrying high-voltage electricity.

Cross references of word families related to "bear, carry, bring": -fer; ger-; later-, -lation; phoro-; port-.

A cross reference of word units that are related, directly and/or indirectly, with "tube, pipe": aulo-; can-, cann-; fistul-; siphon-; syringo-; tub-.