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Spanish translation of “extract”

extract

verb /ikˈstrӕkt/
to pull out, or draw out, especially by force or with effort
extraer
I have to have a tooth extracted Did you manage to extract the information from her?
to select (passages from a book etc).
extraer
to take out (a substance forming part of something else) by crushing or by chemical means
extraer
Vanilla essence is extracted from vanilla beans.
extraction /-ʃən/ noun race or parentage
origen
He is of Greek extraction.
(an) act of extracting eg a tooth.
extracción
(Definition of extract from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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