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Definition of "duction" [duc•tion]

  • Guidance (noun)
  • An eye movement involving only one eye. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "duction" in a sentence
  • "I want engineering and pro-duction because I know the people in my district who used to make goods but don't anymore, and they have a right to make what they end up buying."
  • "They said China probably wouldn't be able to make the aircraft fully operational until the end of the decade: It appears to be testing at least two prototypes, which will likely be adapted many times before being put into large-scale pro duction."
  • "Now we should point out that there's a fault, you know, the major fault that Rob was talking about earlier runs north, that's the sub - duction area, runs north of Hispaniola."