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manuduction

[ man-yuh-duhk-shuhn ]
/ ˌmæn yəˈdʌk ʃən /
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noun

the act of directing or guiding.
a means of direction, introduction, or guidance.

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Origin of manuduction

1495–1505; <Medieval Latin manūductiōn- (stem of manūductiō) a leading by the hand. See manus, reduction

OTHER WORDS FROM manuduction

man·u·duc·tive, man·u·duc·to·ry, adjective
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