Origin of extrude
OTHER WORDS FROM extrudeex·trud·er, nounex·tru·si·ble [ik-stroo-suh-buhl, -zuh-], /ɪkˈstru sə bəl, -zə-/, ex·trud·a·ble, adjectiveun·ex·trud·ed, adjective
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How to use extrude in a sentence
Then, they bathed the extruded silk in a solution containing zinc and iron ions, eventually stretching the strands like taffy to make long, skinny fibers.A metal ion bath may make fibers stronger than spider silk|Meghan Rosen|October 6, 2022|Science News
Another approach, called fused deposition modeling, forces a filament through a device that heats and extrudes the material.
In the astonishing way sea stars feed, it extruded its stomach and slowly began the process of digesting the urchin externally.8 ‘insignificant’ creatures that will make you dream about the ocean|Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck|December 1, 2021|Popular-Science
By 1963, the prolific science fiction writer Isaac Asimov was already extruding worrisome consequences from the electrodes.Drugs, Robots, and the Pursuit of Pleasure: Why Experts Are Worried About AIs Becoming Addicts|Thomas Moynihan|September 17, 2021|Singularity Hub
The graph of those solutions creates a geometric shape that looks vaguely like a vertical line extruding a bubble.Mathematicians Set Numbers in Motion to Unlock Their Secrets|Kelsey Houston-Edwards|February 22, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Other Tipulid on the contrary extrude their eggs joined end to end, so as to resemble a necklace of oval beads.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
He notes the familiar fact that the vine-stump absorbed water before it began to extrude it.
What is lacking is an authority which can impose commands on the in-group and extrude blood revenge from it.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
Ye have power, it is true, to extrude me from this new world, but my presence will be a bane to you in the old.The Knight of the Golden Melice|John Turvill Adams
Pupipara: a series of Diptera, in which the females do not extrude the young until they have reached the stage ready to pupate.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith