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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexcerptex‧cerpt /ˈeksɜːpt $ -ɜːrpt/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 PARTa short piece taken from a book, poem, piece of music etc syn extractexcerpt of/from 🔊 An excerpt of the speech appeared in the Sunday paper.excerpt verb [transitive]
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excerptThe following are excerpts from the interview.Following are excerpts, interspersed with my comments, which provide the flavor of the nearly exclusive focus on processes.And he says potentially far more damaging excerpts from his tape haven't yet been used.Some drama excerpts would give rise to a lot of discussion about relationships between the characters.The following excerpt is from one of my students' essays.A newsletter is regularly produced including excerpts from the electronic messages received and sent by children using the network.The programmes consist of excerpts from recorded classes which are then discussed during the programme.I'd like to read out a short excerpt from the poem.He played some excerpts from Grieg's piano concerto.At the news conference, Bennett played the radio ads along with excerpts from the rap music in question.excerpt of/fromHere are excerpts from an interview with Sen.The evening will be an opportunity to hear excerpts from next year's repertory as well as from Don Carlos.A newsletter is regularly produced including excerpts from the electronic messages received and sent by children using the network.Olivia played excerpts from I Pagliacci and Harry sang in an exaggerated voice, his hand on his heart.Baghdad's Babil daily put the punctuation marks above published excerpts from a U.S.Here is a short excerpt from the poem.One answer is simply to use excerpts from Hollywood films.
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