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abducens

[ ab-doo-senz, -suhnz, -dyoo- ]
/ æbˈdu sɛnz, -sənz, -ˈdyu- /
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noun, plural ab·du·cen·tes [ab-doo-sen-teez, -dyoo-]. /ˌæb dʊˈsɛn tiz, -dyʊ-/.
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Origin of abducens

<Latin, present participle of abdūcere to abduce
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