extraction

extraction
noun
1) (of tooth) Extraktion, die; (of juice, honey, metal) Gewinnung, die
2)

be of German extraction — deutscher Abstammung od. Herkunft sein

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[-ʃən]
noun
1) (race or parentage: He is of Greek extraction.) die Abstammung
2) ((an) act of extracting eg a tooth.) das Ziehen
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ex·trac·tion
[ɪkˈstrækʃən, ekˈ-]
n
1. no pl (removal) of a cork, splinter, stopper Herausziehen nt; of bullet Entfernen nt
2. (obtainment) of resources Gewinnung f, Abbau m; of oil Förderung f; of secret Entlocken nt; of confession Abringen nt
3. (tooth removal) [Zahn]ziehen nt, Extraktion f fachspr
4. no pl (family origin) Herkunft f, Abstammung f
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[Ik'strkSən]
n
1) (= process of extracting) Herausnehmen nt; (of cork etc) (Heraus)ziehen nt; (of juice, minerals, oil, DNA, energy) Gewinnung f; (of bullet, foreign body) Entfernung f; (of information, secrets) Entlocken nt; (of confession, money) Herausholen nt; (of permission, promise, concession) Abringen nt, Erlangen nt
2) (DENTISTRY: act of extracting) (Zahn)ziehen nt, Extraktion f (spec)

he had to have an extraction — ihm musste ein Zahn gezogen werden

3) (= descent) Herkunft f, Abstammung f

of Spanish extraction — spanischer Herkunft or Abstammung

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extraction [ıkˈstrækʃn] s
1. Herausziehen n
2. Extraktion f:
a) MED Ziehen n (eines Zahns):
she had two extractions ihr wurden zwei Zähne gezogen
b) CHEM Ausziehen n, -scheidung f
c) MATH Ziehen n (einer Wurzel)
3. METALL etc Gewinnung f
4. TECH (Dampf) Entnahme f
5. academic.ru/25956/extract">extract B a
6. fig Entlockung f
7. Ab-, Herkunft f, Abstammung f:
of English extraction englischer Abstammung
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noun
1) (of tooth) Extraktion, die; (of juice, honey, metal) Gewinnung, die
2)

be of German extraction — deutscher Abstammung od. Herkunft sein

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n.
Entziehung f.
Entzug -¨e m.
Extrakt -e m.
Extraktion f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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