エキス, 引き抜く, 切り抜く, 抜く, 書き抜く, 書き出す, 煮出す抜粋, 抜萃, エッセンス
Noun(1) a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water(2) a passage selected from a larger work
Verb(1) remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense(2) get despite difficulties or obstacles(3) deduce (a principle, a meaning(4) extract by the process of distillation(5) separate (a metal(6) obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action(7) take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy(8) calculate the root of a number
(1) Much of the vanilla entering western markets is used for the preparation of vanilla extract , a hydroalcoholic solution which contains the extracted aroma and flavour of vanilla.(2) In an effort to extract additional insight from these data, we have used survival analysis to estimate a model of bear response to human activity.(3) extract of chamomile(4) The first step is frequently to prepare a solvent extract of the plant material.(5) The bunch fills the road, riders snorting, heaving and blowing hard as they try to extract maximum effort from their tired bodies for one final frenzied lunge towards the line.(6) So many times in the past we've seen chairmen play silly negotiating games in a childish effort to extract a few more bob from a buying club.(7) In a medium bowl, combine the cornstarch, brown sugar, apple juice concentrate, and vanilla extract and whisk together.(8) The team will extract cores from the pila and analyze them later this year to assess the underwater curing rate of the concrete, he said.(9) I won't let you go without trying to extract a promise from you(10) The Government is using stealth taxes to extract money from households behind their backs.(11) early computers had an instruction to extract a square root(12) Plugins can extract text that is trapped in files for full-text indexing.(13) an extract from a historical film(14) A short extract , chosen at random, gives the general flavour.(15) Braverman suggests that Taylor saw ├ö├ç├┐the problem├ö├ç├û of management as being how to control and extract effort from a potentially recalcitrant work force.(16) I was allowed to use the new Friden calculating machine which, shortly before its transformation into a relic, could also extract square roots.
1. excerpt ::
2. decoction ::
3. selection ::
4. infusion ::
5. take out ::
6. wrest ::
7. squeeze out ::
8. excerpt ::
9. derive ::
10. distill ::
11. draw out ::
12. express ::
Different Formsextract, extracted, extracting, extractor, extractors, extracts
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