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subduct

 [sub-dukt´]
to draw down.

sub·duce

, subduct (sŭb-dūs', sŭb-dŭkt'),
To pull or draw downward.
[L. sub-duco, pp. -ductus, to lead away]

subduct

/sub·duct/ (-dukt´) to draw down.

sub·duce

, subduct (sŭb-dūs', -dŭkt')
To pull or draw downward.
[L. sub-duco, pp. -ductus, to lead away]

subduct

to draw down.
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CommScope's SubDuct conduit establishes a throughway for end-users to place multiple cables independently during a single installation," said Douglas Wells, director, Broadband, Hybrid Fiber Coax, CommScope.
As two massive plates push against each other, one plate subducts, or slides, under the other, pushing material from the crust down into the mantle.
The northern edge of the Panama arc merges without apparent tearing northward into the Caribbean slab that subducts beneath northwest Colombia (Figure 4)