excerpt

[n] - a passage selected from a larger work 2. [v] - take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy
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Excerpt

Ex·cerpt' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Excerpted ; present participle & verbal noun Excerpting .] [ From Latin excerptus , past participle See Excerp .] To select; to extract; to cite; to quote. « Ou
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Excerpt

Ex·cerp't -277 noun An extract; a passage selected or copied from a book or record.
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excerpt

excerption noun a passage selected from a larger work; `he presented excerpts from William James` philosophical writings`
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excerpt

extract verb take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy
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Excerpt

• (n.) An extract; a passage selected or copied from a book or record. • (v. t.) To select; to extract; to cite; to quote.
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excerpt

excerpt, excerpted 1. A section or passage taken from a longer work; such as, a book, a movie, a musical composition, or a document; an extract. 2. To take a part from a longer work or to select a section or passage from a longer work; to abridge by choosing representative sections.
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