Translation of extraction in Spanish:

extraction

extracción, n.

Pronunciation /ɛkˈstrakʃ(ə)n//ɪkˈstrakʃ(ə)n//ɪkˈstrækʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1Dentistry

      extracción feminine
      • When I commenced practice in Erris it was expected of doctors to undertake dental extractions and veterinary surgery.
      • Volunteer dental surgeons are undertaking checkups, fillings, extractions and teeth cleaning.
      • This I learnt doing thousands of venom extractions.
      • A critical challenge to the success of the insertions and extractions was the constant rotation of the supporting units.
      • Individuals should attempt to avoid tooth extractions and other major dental work while on the drugs.
      • Those who object to this should take a look at the children undergoing dental extractions for decay at an age when they are far too young to advocate fluoride in water.
      • It is significant that both Wells and Morton were specifically looking for a means of rendering dental extractions pain free.
      • Repeated DNA extractions and genotyping analyses produced the same results, ruling out laboratory error.
      • Following digestion, each sample was purified with two phenol extractions and a single chloroform extraction.
      • DNA extractions were performed on single flies following the protocol of Di Franco et al..
      • These developments all contributed to massive surplus extractions from subsistence producers confined to the reserves.
      • This was followed by a further two extractions, and the dried extract homogenized in 1 ml assay buffer for DHT analysis.
      • If the problem is severe, you might opt for a professional back facial, with deep cleaning and extractions done by a dermatologist or aesthetician.
      • They wanted to stop Muldaren from having a quarry here and getting money for mineral extractions.
      • New South Wales put a cap in place in 1993 for its water entitlements, its water extractions.
      • So they explained to us and we developed some very little gestures and then we developed some extractions of those gestures.
      • It identified possible locations suitable for underground water extractions and looked at the directions of the underground water flow.
      • Hydro-geologist Carol Lee-Ibbotoson said the two main risks at the site were quality and quantity and the adverse impact extractions would have on these.
      • Within the next 10-15 years mineral extractions, agriculture as we know it and associated business support services will be almost irrelevant.
      • It is important to remember that people who are profiting are not the people affected by the resource extractions.

    • 1.2(of mineral, juice)

      extracción feminine

  • 2

    (ancestry)
    extracción feminine
    of Polish extraction de extracción polaca
    • Joseph Mercedes, a young man of Spanish extraction, from San Diego, Cal., is the latest claimant of unusual psychic powers.
    • The Lucchesi family, of Italian extraction, have lived for many years in Dundalk.
    • In the future, they ruled, the Portuguese or Spanish extraction of the candidate must be clear beyond any doubt.
    • The workers of Chinese extraction started dominating the dyeing department.