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pro•tract



Pronunciation: (prō-trakt', pru-), [key]
v.t.
1. to draw out or lengthen, esp. in time; extend the duration of; prolong.
2. Anat.to extend or protrude.
3. (in surveying, mathematics, etc.) to plot and draw (lines) with a scale and a protractor.

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