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A short passage taken from a text, film, music, or other creative work
“Here is a short extract from one of the letters I received from Dan today.”
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A preparation containing the active ingredient of a substance in concentrated form
“Among the medicines for sale was an extract of lavender that was prescribed for flatulence.”
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An idea or outline of something
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A small amount of something
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A substance that is flowing and keeping no shape, such as water
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A particular type of medicinal solution
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A frequently repeated quotation or stock phrase
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Any substance or object having the consistency of jelly
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Iron lever
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A part or portion of something which is allotted to someone
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A drink made from fruits or plants
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A strong, zesty or pungent taste
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An experience of something in advance
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The aspect of something regarded as the intrinsic and central constituent of its character
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A range from which to select
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To remove or take out, especially by effort or force
“Surgical instruments have been designed to effectively extract the tooth from its socket.”
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To drain out or empty something (from a container)
“For this purpose, they would carry two tubes to extract the petrol from the tank of the vehicle.”
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To obtain something from an unwilling person
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“The authorities here frequently resort to torture to extract information from suspects while they are in their custody.”
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To provoke or bring about an event or reaction
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“When you act in a neutral manner, children soon become aware that they are not able to extract a reaction from you in relation to their poor behavior.”
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To (selectively) take or derive from a source
“In the third volume of the American Agriculturist will be found an interesting article connected with this subject, and from which we might extract much useful information.”
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To excerpt a section from a document or text
“Special tools can be used to extract the necessary facts from the text of the article.”
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To form a conclusion, understanding or idea from something
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“When one attempts to extract something meaningful from this passage, one faces an uphill struggle, yet this is by no means an isolated example of such willful obfuscation and hyperbole.”
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To obtain a substance or resource by a mechanical or chemical process
“After the reaction has been allowed to proceed for a considerable time, it may be possible to extract the plutonium by chemical methods.”
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To obtain liquid or juice by squeezing
“The pressure from the rollers is sufficient to extract out the juices and leave the canes dry.”
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To physically loosen or remove an embedded object
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To obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
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To impose an undesirable consequence on
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To purge a soluble matter out of something by the action of a percolating fluid
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To gather or collect
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To separate or remove from a larger group or collection
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To delete or remove something that was written or recorded
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To take or let out the bowels or interior parts of
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To use something to advantage
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To discover something (after searching)
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Excise, remove
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To impose and collect a tax or levy from (a person or company)
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To remove the (natural) skin or outer covering of
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To consume a liquid
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To remember or bring back to mind
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To melt down (fat) in order to clarify it
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To withdraw (someone) from a competition or group
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To remove unwanted items from
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