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extractex‧tract2 /ˈekstrækt/ ●●○ AWL noun  1 [countable]APART a short piece of writing, music etc taken from a particular book, piece of music etc syn excerptextract from I’ve only seen short extracts from the film.2 [countable, uncountable]DFN a substance obtained from something by using a special processvanilla/malt/plant etc extract Add one teaspoon of vanilla extract.
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extractIn the following extract, Jones presents the arguments in favour of nuclear power.The wines of Bergères-les-Vertus are firm and fruity, with good extract and fine balance and well deserving of greater recognition.The book contains previously unpublished material, including extracts from diaries, letters and taped interviews.There's plenty of choice as cosmetics made with natural extracts abound.I think your subconscious decided to provide you with a sort of extract from the main story.The controversy has led other law enforcement agencies to take another look at the chile pepper extract.But he can't discuss what the extracts reveal.There are two other points in this extract, sentences 4 and 10, where adverbial clauses occur in sentence-initial position.This treat he produced by mashing a sweet potato to pulp and adding sugar, vanilla extract, and evaporated milk.vanilla extractextract froman extract from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"vanilla/malt/plant etc extractAdd vanilla extract and beat until mixture thickens and loses its gloss.In a large bowl, combine eggs, milk, vanilla extract and salt until well blended.And there are still more plant extracts in the superb Purifying Plant Mask!Each preparation is a blend of fruit, flower, herb or plant extracts.This treat he produced by mashing a sweet potato to pulp and adding sugar, vanilla extract, and evaporated milk.Some have tried to appear natural by mixing these chemicals with plant extracts.So Clarins created Eye Contour Gel with plant extracts from camomile, cornflower, marigold, soothing mallow and astringent witch-hazel.