extracted

All Verb
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  • Most of the energy extracted from their food is used for growing.
  • It is now mostly played out, but natural gas continues to be extracted.
  • These resources can be extracted and then used for various purposes in other systems in the model.
  • Construction would use materials extracted from the Moon and sent to space using a mass driver.
  • A selective surface can be used when energy is being extracted from the sun.
  • Once it is fully open and dry, the seed can be easily extracted in various ways.
  • After a mission, gathered information could be extracted for review purposes and for further analysis.
  • Oil is being extracted in the center and in the south.
  • They are either modified characters, as above, or elements extracted from characters.
  • She extracted a promise from her sons not to use violence against each other, a promise which they kept.
  • In this case there is a spread between the perceived value and real value, which can be extracted.
  • He showed that this arrangement could easily be maintained and gold still be extracted at a profit.
  • As such, both metals are extracted so that they may be sold.
  • Although many plant parts may yield oil, in commercial practice, oil is extracted primarily from seeds.
  • Each crash test is very expensive so the maximum amount of data must be extracted from each test.
  • Those radio advertisements were extracted from half-hour radio programs that were distributed to radio stations across the country.
  • Since electrons cannot give up energy by moving to lower energy states, no thermal energy can be extracted.
  • The information in this table is mostly extracted from these information sheets.
  • None of the oil content was found to have been extracted from any actual snakes.
  • Over thirty different minerals were extracted from this site, although gold was the primary source of profit.
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Root form of extracted is extract for the verb.

Meaning of extracted

  • verb Remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense
    pull weeds, extract a bad tooth, take out a splinter, extract information from the telegram
  • verb Get despite difficulties or obstacles
    I extracted a promise from the Dean for two new positions
  • verb Separate (a metal) from an ore
  • verb Calculate the root of a number