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Definition of "extracts" []

  • To withdraw, pull out, or uproot by force (verb)
  • To remove or separate (verb)
  • To derive (pleasure, information, etc) from some source or situation (verb)
  • To deduce or develop (a doctrine, policy, etc) (verb)
  • To extort (money, etc) (verb)
  • To obtain (a substance) from a mixture or material by a chemical or physical process, such as digestion, distillation, the action of a solvent, or mechanical separation (verb)
  • To cut out or copy out (an article, passage, quotation, etc) from a publication (verb)
  • To determine the value of (the root of a number) (verb)
  • Something extracted, such as a part or passage from a book, speech, etc (noun)
  • A preparation containing the active principle or concentrated essence of a material (noun)
  • A solution of plant or animal tissue containing the active principle (noun)
  • Plural form of extract. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of extract. (verb)

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Use "extracts" in a sentence
  • "The idiotic vestryman and his two parochial parasites gave us so much trouble that we twice returned into Court to beg to have certain extracts from the Judge’s notes re-read."
  • "Some random extracts from the notebook I currently keep in my handbag so as to always have somewhere to write things down:"
  • "Further extracts from the Westminster letters coming soon."