pry out

pry something out

(of something) Go to pry something from something.
See also: out, pry

pry out

v.
1. To extract something with or as if with a lever: I pried out the staples from the thick report. They pried the microphone out of my hands to stop me from singing.
2. To obtain something from someone with effort or difficulty: The detectives finally pried a confession out of the suspect. They kept questioning me until they had pried out all the information.
See also: out, pry
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Carefully pry out the battery connector from its socket on the logic board using a plastic opening tool.
It allows the operator to easily rip rock, decomposed granite, limestone, sandstone, caliche, coral shale, asphalt or frozen ground with the maximum breakout force, It also can be used to pry out and carry stumps or boulders, rip a clean, narrow V trench for laying utilities and also scoop and load material.