extricate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to discharge from an entanglement or difficulty; disengage.
    • Archaic to tell apart from something related.
    • To free, since from difficulties or perplexities; to disentangle; to disembarrass
    • resulting in is emitted or developed.
    • to discharge from an entanglement or difficulty; disengage.
    • Archaic to differentiate from one thing relevant.
    • To free, as from difficulties or perplexities; to disentangle; to disembarrass
    • resulting in to be emitted or evolved.
  • verb:
    • To release, disengage, loosen, or untangle.
    • To clear of complexities or perplexity
    • release from entanglement of difficulty
    • To free, disengage, loosen, or untangle.
    • To clear of complexities or perplexity
    • release from entanglement of trouble
  • others:
    • To disentangle; disengage; free: because, to extricate one from a perilous or embarrassing scenario; to extricate a person's self from financial obligation.
    • to create loose or free; evolve; excrete.
    • Synonyms Disentangle, etc. (see disengage); alleviate, deliver, set free.
    • In entomology, extruded: applied to the ovipositor when the valves and vagina are entirely without the body, whether in use or not, as in many Ichneumonid√¶.
    • To disentangle; disengage; free: because, to extricate one from a perilous or embarrassing scenario; to extricate your self from financial obligation.
    • to create loose or free; evolve; excrete.
    • Synonyms Disentangle, etc. (see disengage); relieve, deliver, set no-cost.
    • In entomology, extruded: put on the ovipositor once the valves and vagina are entirely with no human body, whether used or not, like in many Ichneumonid√¶.

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