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US [ˈekˌstrækt]
UK [ˈekstrækt]
  • n.提取物;摘录;精;节录
  • v.提取;摘录;提炼;获得
  • Web抽出;抽取;拔出
Simple Present:extracts  Present Participle:extracting  Past Tense:extracted  
EXTRACT
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n.
1.
[c]
~ (from sth)
摘录;选录;选曲;节录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.
下面一段摘自她的新小说。
2.
[u][c]
提取物;浓缩物;精;汁a substance that has been obtained from sth else using a particular process
yeast extract
酵母萃
face cream containing natural plant extracts
含有天然植物提取物的面霜
vanilla extract
香草精
v.
1.
~ sth (from sb/sth)
提取;提炼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
抽湿机
to extract essential oils from plants
从植物中提取香精油
2.
~ sth (from sb/sth)
索取,设法得到(对方不愿提供的信息、钱财等)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.
记者们终于得到了有关她私生活的各种信息。
3.
~ sth (from sb/sth)
选取;摘录;选录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.
本文选自他的新书。
4.
~ sth (from sb/sth)
(用力)取出,拔出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.
牙医可能会认为智齿需要拔掉。
He rifled through his briefcase and extracted a file.
他在公文包内搜索一番,取出一份文件。
5.
~ sth (from sb/sth)
获得,得到(某种感觉或品质)to get a particular feeling or quality from a situation
They are unlikely to extract much benefit from the trip.
他们不大可能从这次旅行中获得多大益处。

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