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extrude (verb), extrudes; extruded; extruding
1. To make something by forcing a semisoft material; such as, plastic or molten metal, through a specially shaped mold or nozzle: The worker had just extruded some more aluminum rods at the metal factory.
2. To force or to squeeze something out: Maggie was extruding tooth paste from the tube on her toothbrush so she could brush her teeth.
3. To thrust out; to force or to press out; to expel: The volcano was extruding molten rock or lava.
4. Etymology: from Latin extrudere."to thrust out"; from ex-, "out" + trudere, "to push out, to force out".
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extrude (verb), extrudes; extruded; extruding

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