extrude definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To drive or thrust completely.
    • To contour (a plastic, for instance) by pushing it through a die.
    • To thrust out; to make, hit, or push-out; to expel; to-drive off or away.
    • To shape or develop by forcing material heated to a semi-plastic condition through dies by the use of hydraulic energy.
    • To press or push down.
    • To shape (a plastic, for example) by pushing it through a die.
    • To push out; to make, press, or push out; to expel; to operate a vehicle down or away.
    • To contour or develop by forcing steel heated to a semi-plastic problem through dies through hydraulic energy.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To protrude or project.
    • To protrude or project.
  • verb:
    • To drive or push on.
    • to create or profile (a metal, synthetic etc.) by pushing it through a die or an opening.
    • form or form by forcing through an opening
    • To push or thrust down.
    • to make or shape (a metal, plastic etc.) by pushing it through a die or an opening.
    • kind or shape by pushing through an opening
  • others:
    • To push aside; power, hit, or audience out; expel: applied to things.
    • to operate a vehicle away; expel; displace or pull, as you from a spot or office.
    • To thrust on; power, hit, or audience out; expel: placed on things.
    • to push away; expel; displace or pull, as one from a location or workplace.

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