verb (used with object), ex·trud·ed, ex·trud·ing.
verb (used without object), ex·trud·ed, ex·trud·ing.
Words nearby extrude
Origin of extrude
OTHER WORDS FROM extrudeex·trud·er, nounex·tru·si·ble [ik-stroo-suh-buh l, -zuh-] /ɪkˈstru sə bəl, -zə-/, ex·trud·a·ble, adjectiveun·ex·trud·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for extruded
Like anything Parisian, there are knockoffs, and cheap ones at that: extruded bits of processed, salt-doped, luridly pink ham.
At present I can see no mechanism by which the goblets are extruded or returned into place.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
In 1893 71 per cent of eggs examined from the coast of Maine were extruded in the first half of August.The Lobster Fishery of Maine.|John N. Cobb
It may cause a purulent discharge, and in some cases it has been extruded after sloughing of the overlying soft parts.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
May it not be a mere fanciful speculation, to be extruded from physics as soon as possible?The Ether of Space|Oliver Lodge
In a compound fracture, brain matter may be extruded through the opening in the skull.