extraction

extraction
{iks'trækʃn}
1. вадене, изваждане, издърпване
2. добиване, екстракция
3. екстракт, есенция
4. произход, потекло
of English EXTRACTION от английско потекло, англичанин по произход
5. мат. извличане (на корен)
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{iks'trakshn} n 1. вадене, изваждане, издърпване; 2. добива
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потекло; произход; добиване; есенция; екстракт; издърпване; изваждане;
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1. of english extraction от английско потекло, англичанин по произход 2. вадене, изваждане, издърпване 3. добиване, екстракция 4. екстракт, есенция 5. мат. извличане (на корен) 6. произход, потекло
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extraction[iks´trækʃən] n 1. извличане, изтегляне, издърпване, изваждане, екстрахиране; 2. добиване; екстракция; 3. екстракт; есенция; 4. произход, потекло; a man of low \extraction човек от низините; to be of English \extraction англичанин съм по произход; 5. мин. изземване, добивни работи; dirt \extraction сортиране, обогатяване на въглища; solvent \extraction течна екстракция; извличане чрез разтваряне.

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