English to Arabic Meaning :: extricate

Extricate :
تخليص
خلص ينقذ, حرر - تخليصتخليصانتشلextricatesتخليص
 
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Verb(1) release from entanglement of difficulty

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(1) he was trying to extricate himself from official duties(2) So does Cardinal Connell have the capacity to extricate the church from this mess and instil confidence in ordinary Catholics?(3) Thanks in part to the condition of the track ambulance crews took two hours to extricate me and deliver me to hospital.(4) Soldiers had local residents extricate the bodies and then flattened the house with bulldozers, witnesses said.(5) These people will present themselves in a matter of time and we will immediately extricate them from our ranks.(6) David Mason rather sportingly ended up driving Elaine to Stephen's house, where she extricated him.(7) The scooterist came back running, asking the crane to stop till his scooter was extricated .(8) ÔÇÿA very aggressive bird, eating eggs and small reptiles,ÔÇÖ says Sami Backleh, gently extricating the creature from the mist net he rigged a few minutes ago.(9) The ship was extricated after being stuck for three hours.(10) Insofar as the two halves are extricable , Tiersen's contribution is more compelling.(11) The only challenge was extricating the car from over-full car parks and verges.(12) Three bullets were extricated from Gurcharan's body.(13) It is a quote recounted in interviews elsewhere and the seemingly effortless success feels an extricable part of the brand itself.(14) ÔÇÿOne person was trapped and we extricated them but it has been confirmed as a fatality,ÔÇÖ he said.(15) On demand, of course, the highly - polished ÔÇÿimportedÔÇÖ apples or pomegranates are deftly extricated from underneath, weighed and handed out.(16) The extrication of truth from error is a vital part of the journey toward greater discernment.
Related Words
(1) extricate oneself ::
تخليص نفسه
Synonyms
Verb
1. extract ::
استخراج
2. free ::
حر
3. release ::
إطلاق سراح
4. disentangle ::
فصل
5. get out ::
اخرج
6. remove ::
إزالة
7. withdraw ::
سحب
8. disengage ::
فك
Antonyms
1. embroil ::
ورط
2. entangle ::
وقع في الشرك
Different Forms
extricate, extricated, extricates, extricating
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