[ik-strak-shuh n] /ɪkˈstræk ʃən/
an act or instance of :
the extraction of a molar.
the state or fact of being .
descent or lineage:
to be of foreign extraction.
something ; .
the act of extracting or the condition of being extracted
something extracted; an extract
origin, descent, lineage, or ancestry: of German extraction
early 15c., from Old French estraction (12c.) or directly from Medieval Latin extractionem (nominative extractio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin extrahere (see extract (v.)).
extraction ex·trac·tion (ĭk-strāk’shən)
[ik-strap-uh-leyt] /ɪkˈstræp əˌleɪt/ verb (used with object), extrapolated, extrapolating. 1. to infer (an unknown) from something that is known; conjecture. 2. Statistics. to estimate (the value of a variable) outside the tabulated or observed range. 3. Mathematics. to estimate (a function that is known over a range of values of its independent variable) to values […]
[ig-zoo-ber-uh nt] /ɪgˈzu bər ənt/ adjective 1. effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic; lavishly abundant: an exuberant welcome for the hero. 2. abounding in vitality; extremely joyful and vigorous. 3. extremely good; overflowing; plentiful: exuberant health. 4. profuse in growth or production; luxuriant; superabundant: exuberant vegetation. /ɪɡˈzjuːbərənt/ adjective 1. abounding in vigour and high spirits; full […]
/ˈəʊvəˌfɔːl/ noun 1. a turbulent stretch of water caused by marine currents over an underwater ridge 2. a mechanism that allows excess water to escape from a dam or lock 3. the point at which a sewer or land drainage discharges into the sea or a river
[oh-ver-fawlz] /ˈoʊ vərˌfɔlz/ noun 1. Oceanography. water made rough by a strong current moving over a shoal, by an opposing current, or by winds blowing against the current. 2. Obsolete. a cataract or waterfall.