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extract the urine (out of someone or something)

To mock, deride, tease, or ridicule someone or something. A humorously polite alternative to the phrase "take the piss (out of someone or something)." Primarily heard in UK. It took me a while to realize that all her brother's bizarre questions about America were really just his way of extracting the urine out of me. Jeff's always extracting the urine out of the way politicians behave in public. It always takes foreigners a while to come to terms with English people's penchant for extracting the urine.
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extract something from someone or something

to remove something from someone or something; to make someone or a group give something. We extracted the juice from the oranges. The police questioning Maggie extracted the truth from her.
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Treatment with retardant containing mono- and di-ammonium phosphates equivalent to broadcast applications of elemental P at rates of 31, 63, and 94 kg/ha (see Table 1) did have considerable impact on the levels of extractable P in the surface soils at both sites (Fig.
GPC analysis of panel extracts provided MW profiles of the extractable components from panels (Fig.
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This study does not only report the total mineral contents but also the acid extractable fractions to provide information on potentially available contents.
The increase in extractable As in biochar-amended soil at the highest rate ofbiochar application (Table 2) may be attributed to greater additions of soluble organic matter and organic anions through biochar, thus leading to formation of soluble As-biochar complexes in soil.
Soil samples collected at 0-20 cm soil depth before disking and at the end of each growing season were analyzed for extractable nutrients (P, K, Ca, Mg), soil acidity and percent organic matter.
In addition, the T2 samples yielded salt extractable proteins greater than the control, supporting the role of chitosan as a stabilizer of proteins during frozen storage.
The PS is not fully crosslinked and there is 14% extractable fraction even with 5% DVE.
Soil pH had a significant effect on the extractable soil Zn following two years of applying [ZnSO.
The company began hunting diamonds in the Outer Hebrides last October after a government geology report identified rocks which could contain extractable gems.
It is medium-and low-grade, but it is easily extractable and so is economically very attractive.
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Sakhalin-1 is the oil and gas project which envisages the development of three fields - Chayvo, Odoptu and Arkutun-Dagi with the extractable reserves amounting to 2.
Where extractable soil-P concentrations are already excessive, omitting P fertiliser or applying less than is exported in produce may result in a decrease in soil P.
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