- v. Simple past tense and past participle of extrapolate.
“The figure is extrapolated from the $88,000 sales reported by 500 respondents for a single week in September.”
“Thrilling graphics of Sabre Tooth Tigers prowling the Severn Tundra were set alongside piles of bodies accelerating towards the moon extrapolated from the population growth of a small Brazilian village, but no more.”
“Association officials said the survey results, if extrapolated from the 500 public libraries that responded, would amount to a total of some 600 formal inquires since 2001 ....”
“Into one end he plugged the whole of reality as extrapolated from a piece of fairy cake, and into the other end he plugged his wife: so that when he turned it on she haw in one instant the whole infinity of creation and herself in relation to it.”
“This conclusion was extrapolated from the destruction wrought by blast, fire and radiation on”
“Anyway, he goes on to say that Tri-State Tornado gave him ideas and from that I kind of extrapolated an idea for a sequel.”
“The Jetsons" actually made more sense because we just kind of extrapolated into the future of what all of these advances would be.”
“So, then let's pretend that we actually agree with these 'extrapolated' figures that they've come up with.”
“But the FDA concluded that maintenance efficacy can be "extrapolated" from adult data and from comparisons of how Lexapro is absorbed among adults and adolescents, Forest said.”
“One UN person unjustifiable 'extrapolated' numbers from a time of violence to a time of relative calm.”
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