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    ex·tri·cate
    [ˈekstrəˌkāt]
    verb
    extricate (verb) · extricates (third person present) · extricated (past tense) · extricated (past participle) · extricating (present participle)
    1. free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty:
      "he was trying to extricate himself from official duties"
    Origin
    early 17th century (in the sense ‘unravel, untangle’): from Latin extricat- ‘unravelled’, from the verb extricare, from ex- ‘out’ + tricae ‘perplexities’.
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  3. Extricate is used for the act of freeing someone or something from a tangled situation. Its spelling and meaning comes from Latin extricatus, which combines the prefix ex- ("out of") with the noun tricae, meaning "trifles or perplexities."
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    to remove something or set something free with difficulty: extricate something from something It took hours to extricate the car from the sand. I tried to extricate my self from the situation.
    dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/extricate
    verb (used with object), ex·tri·cat·ed, ex·tri·cat·ing. to free or release from entanglement; disengage: to extricate someone from a dangerous situation. Synonyms: liberate, deliver, rescue, loose to liberate (gas) from combination, as in a chemical process.
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