verb (used with object), ex·trap·o·lat·ed, ex·trap·o·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), ex·trap·o·lat·ed, ex·trap·o·lat·ing.
- extraordinary wave,
- extraperitoneal fascia,
Origin of extrapolate
Examples from the Web for extrapolator
He wondered if he dared threaten to send an Extrapolator out there to check them over.
There wasn't a single hiccough from the machine to kick out an Extrapolator's signal to watch for anything unusual.
Word Origin for extrapolate
1874, a back-formation from extrapolation by analogy of interpolate. Said in early references to be an expression of Sir George Airy (1801-1892), English mathematician and astronomer. Related: Extrapolated; extrapolating.