verb (used with object), extricated, extricating.
1. to free or release from entanglement; disengage: to extricate someone from a dangerous situation.
2. to liberate (gas) from combination, as in a chemical process.
1. loose, rescue, deliver, save, recover.
Origin: 1605-15; < Latin extricātus (past participle of extricāre), equivalent to ex- ex-+ tric (ae) perplexities + -ātus -ate
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