To shape (a plastic, for instance) by forcing it through a die.(verb-transitive)
To protrude or project.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "extrude" in a sentence
"In my first and Second Lives, even 3D looks flat at times, and if I squint my eyes closely enough, I can "extrude" a visual model of what I'm really looking for."
"George R.R. Martin did not contract with his readers to extrude X units-worth of product in medium Y, for Z groats per unit, at a rate of N units per day; and that he has not made this contract with them is why he is, as Neil Gaiman points out, not their bitch for having failed to meet that rate."
"The contract is not that I extrude X units-worth of product in medium Y, for Z groats per unit."