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extract /'ekstrækt - iks'trækt/
  • iks'trækt/
  • danh từ
    • đoạn trích
    • (hoá học) phần chiết
    • (dược học) cao
    • ngoại động từ
      • trích (sách); chép (trong đoạn sách)
      • nhổ (răng...)
      • bòn rút, moi
      • hút, bóp, nặn
      • rút ra (nguyên tắc, sự thích thú)
      • (toán học) khai (căn)
      • (hoá học) chiết
    Concise Dictionary
    extracts|extracted|extractingɪk'strækt
    noun
    +a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water)
    +a passage selected from a larger work
    verb
    +remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense
    +get despite difficulties or obstacles
    +deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
    +extract by the process of distillation
    +separate (a metal) from an ore
    +obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action
    +take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy
    +calculate the root of a number

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 draw or pull (out), remove, withdraw, pluck or take out, draw forth, extricate:
    The dentist extracted two teeth. I extracted some important papers from your waste-paper basket.
    2 draw, derive, deduce, develop, glean, extricate, distil, get, obtain:
    I could extract little sense from her ramblings.
    3 wrench, wring, wrest, extort, draw (forth), evoke, elicit, extricate, winkle out, worm (out), prise (out), force (out):
    Using torture, they finally extracted a confession from him. She extracted money from her victims by threatening to tell their wives.
    4 copy, quote, cite, abstract, select, choose, glean, cull:
    We extracted useful material from some old encyclopedias.
    n.
    5 concentrate, distillate, essence, distillation, quintessence, concentration, extraction, decoction:
    We boiled off the water and used the extract as a salve.
    6 excerpt, abstract, quotation, citation, clipping, cutting, passage, selection:
    Extracts from other works are printed in smaller type.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] ~ (from sth) a short passage from a book, piece of music, etc. that gives you an idea of what the whole thing is like: The following extract is taken from her new novel.
    2 [U, C] a substance that has been obtained from sth else using a particular process: yeast / malt extract + face cream containing natural plant extracts + (AmE) vanilla extract
    See also - ESSENCE
    + verb
    sth)
    1 to remove or obtain a substance from sth, for example by using an industrial or a chemical process: a machine that extracts excess moisture from the air + to extract essential oils from plants
    2 to obtain information, money, etc., often by taking it from sb who is unwilling to give it: Journalists managed to extract all kinds of information about her private life.
    3 to choose information, etc. from a book, a computer, etc. to be used for a particular purpose: This article is extracted from his new book.
    4 (formal) to take or pull sth out, especially when this needs force or effort: The dentist may decide that the wisdom teeth need to be extracted. + He rifled through his briefcase and extracted a file.
    5 (formal) to get a particular feeling or quality from a situation
    Synonym: DERIVE
    They are unlikely to extract much benefit from the trip.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 passage from a book/piece of music

    ADJ.

    brief, short | long | literary

    VERB + EXTRACT

    read | publish

    EXTRACT + VERB

    be from, be taken from
    The extract is taken from a long essay.

    PREP.

    ~ from
    He read out a brief extract from his book.

    2 substance taken from another substance

    ADJ.

    natural
    conditioners made from natural plant extracts
    | herbal, malt, meat, plant, vanilla, yeast
    Add a few drops of vanilla extract.

    PREP.

    ~ of
    extract of apricot



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