- v. 使解脱；救出
release from entanglement of difficulty;
"I cannot extricate myself from this task"
- No one could extricate him from difficulty.
- Developers can extricate itself from the long-term maintenance.
- The bird had to be extricated from the netting.
- They managed to extricate the pilot from the tangled control panel.
After much embarrassed wriggling on her part he had extricated the offending garment.出自： C. Jackson
A foreigner who might extricate her from the world of Edwardian respectability.出自： P. Ackroyd
Suicide was the only way he might ever be able to extricate himself from his confusion and pain.出自： P. Roth