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extrude

 [ek-strood´]
1. to force out, or to occupy a position distal to that normally occupied.
2. in dentistry, to occupy a position occlusal to that normally occupied.

ex·trude

(eks-trūd'),
To thrust, force, or press out.

extrude

/ex·trude/ (ek-strldbomacd´)
1. to force out, or to occupy a position distal to that normally occupied.
2. in dentistry, to occupy a position occlusal to that normally occupied.

extrude

[ekstrōod′]
Etymology: L, extrudere, to push out
to thrust out from a surface or from alignment.

extrude

verb To bulge or protrude out.

ex·trude

(eks-trūd')
To thrust, force, or press out.

ex·trude

(eks-trūd')
To thrust, force, or press out.

extrude,

v to elevate; to move a tooth coronally.

extrude

to force out, or to occupy a position distal to that normally occupied. In feed preparation to force through a die under pressure.
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