Derivar de / derivarse de

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kai24

Senior Member
Dutch/German
Hola a todos.
¿Se dice "... todos los gastos que SE deriven de..." o "... todos los gastos que deriven de..."? O ¿son ambos correctos? He encontrado las dos formas en internet pero como estoy corrigiendo un contrato, quiero asegurarme.
Gracias de antemano.
 
  • Lurrezko

    Senior Member
    Spanish (Spain) / Catalan
    Sí, ambas formas son correctas y tienen el mismo sentido. En España diría que es más corriente el uso pronominal.

    Saludos
     

    prudente

    Senior Member
    Inglés estadounidense
    This entry in the DPD makes me think that they are synonymous, as previously commented: http://lema.rae.es/dpd/?key=derivar

    As to which is more common, I'm not entirely sure. The Vox monolingual dictionary, as well as the Gran Diccionario Oxford and the Collins Spanish Dictionary have way more examples for the non-prenominal version, which makes me lean towards that form of the verb. "Derivarse" also has next to it in two of the diciontaries "Ling" or "Palabra/término" which makes me think that it is more used for linguistics.
     
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