extraction definition

  • noun:
    • The act of extracting or even the condition of being removed.
    • Something acquired by extracting; an extract.
    • Origin; lineage: of Spanish extraction.
    • An act of extracting or even the condition to be extracted.
    • an individual's beginning or ancestry.
    • some thing removed, an extract, as from a plant or an organ of an animal etc.
    • An act of getting rid of someone from a hostile area to a secure place.
    • A removal of a tooth from the socket.
    • The work of extracting, or drawing out.
    • Derivation from a stock or household; lineage; lineage; birth; the stock that you have descended.
    • whatever is extracted; draw out; essence.
    • The act of extracting.
    • The procedure of attracting anything from a substance, as an essence, tincture, or perhaps the want.
    • The work of taking out fully or copying a part, as a passage from a novel.
    • In arithmetic and algebra, the rule or procedure of choosing the reason behind a given number or volume. See root.
    • what is removed; plant; essence.
    • Descent; lineage; birth; derivation of people from a stock or family members.
    • The production of segregated descendants by Mendelian hybrids.
    • the action of taking right out some thing (especially utilizing energy or force)
    • the entire process of obtaining some thing from a mix or mixture by chemical or physical or mechanical means
    • properties due to your ancestry
    • The act of extracting or the condition of being removed.
    • anything acquired by extracting; an extract.
    • Origin; lineage: of Spanish removal.
    • An act of extracting or even the condition to be extracted.
    • A person's source or ancestry.
    • anything removed, an extract, as from a plant or an organ of an animal etc.
    • An act of removing some one from a hostile area to a protected place.
    • A removal of a tooth from the socket.
    • The act of extracting, or drawing out.
    • Derivation from a stock or family members; lineage; lineage; birth; the stock from where you've got descended.
    • what is removed; extract; essence.
    • The act of extracting.
    • The operation of attracting anything from a substance, as an essence, tincture, and/or want.
    • The work of taking out fully or copying part, as a passage from a book.
    • In arithmetic and algebra, the guideline or procedure of choosing the reason behind certain number or volume. See root.
    • whatever is removed; extract; essence.
    • lineage; lineage; beginning; derivation of persons from a stock or family members.
    • producing segregated descendants by Mendelian hybrids.
    • the activity of taking right out some thing (especially using energy or power)
    • the entire process of acquiring something from a mixture or mixture by chemical or physical or technical means
    • properties due to your ancestry

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