extrude extrude  /ɪk ˈstrud/

Definition(s):

  • (v) form or shape by forcing through an opening

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. A lot of technologies, such as Flickr, blogging, the iPod, seem to turn the psyche inside out, to extrude the private self into the public sphere.
  2. The fruit-flavored candy is packed in squeezable plastic figures that extrude the substance through their mouths.
  3. The females extrude eggs only when wooed by males.

News

  1. 3D printing in the kitchen gives new meaning to fast food

    Pablos Holman sees a day not too far off when our diets will be tailored to our metabolisms, adding a few bits of broccoli, a smattering of beets, and some meat—all extruded from a 3D printer in an appetizing form to please our palates. Holman is a futurist and inventor at the Intellectual Ventures Laboratory in Bellevue, Washington, where he and others work on futuristic projects like printable ...
    on September 23, 2013     Source: PC World

  2. Hungry? Let's print lunch

    Computerworld - SAN JOSE -- Pablos Holman sees a day not too far off when our diets will be tailored to our metabolisms, adding a few bits of broccoli, a smattering of beets and some meat -- all extruded from a 3D printer in an appetizing form to please our palates.
    on September 19, 2013     Source: Computerworld

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