extraction
extraction
noun
1. (removal) 
Vast human resources were dedicated to the extraction of the precious mineral.Se dedicaron cantidades ingentes de recursos humanos a la extracción del precioso mineral.
2. (dentistry) 
The dentist has two extractions to do today.Hoy el dentista tiene programadas dos extracciones.
3. (origin) 
Their benefactor was a wealthy American industrialist of Hungarian extraction.Su benefactor era un adinerado industrial norteamericano de extracción húngara.
b. el origen (M) 
He married a young girl of Cuban extraction.Se casó con una joven de origen cubano.
extraction
Noun
1. (removal) 
a. la extracción (F) 
2. (social, geographical) 
a. el origen (M) 
she is of Danish extractiones de origen danés
extraction [ɪksˈtrækʃən]
noun
(gen) extracción (f)
of Spanish extraction de extracción española
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