|Origin:||extra ( EXTRA-) + English -polate (as in interpolate)|
ex‧trap‧o‧late [intransitive and transitive]
extrapolate (something) from something
It is possible to extrapolate future developments from current trends.
You're extrapolating from your own feelings to mine.
extrapolate (something) to something
These results cannot, however, be extrapolated to other patient groups.
—extrapolation noun [uncountable and countable]