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pro·trude

 (prō-tro͞od′)
v. pro·trud·ed, pro·trud·ing, pro·trudes
v.intr.
To extend or jut out; project. See Synonyms at bulge.
v.tr.
To push or thrust outward: muscles that allow the tongue to be protruded.

[Latin prōtrūdere : prō-, forward; see pro-1 + trūdere, to thrust; see treud- in Indo-European roots.]

pro·trud′ent (-tro͞od′nt) adj.

protrude

(prəˈtruːd)
vb
1. to thrust or cause to thrust forwards or outwards
2. to project or cause to project from or as if from a surface
[C17: from Latin, from pro-2 + trudere to thrust]
proˈtrudable adj
proˈtrudent adj

pro•trude

(proʊˈtrud, prə-)

v. -trud•ed, -trud•ing. v.i.
1. to project; jut out.
v.t.
2. to thrust forward; cause to project.
[1610–20; < Latin prōtrūdere to thrust forward =prō- pro-1 + trūdere to thrust]

protrude


Past participle: protruded
Gerund: protruding

Imperative
protrude
protrude
Present
I protrude
you protrude
he/she/it protrudes
we protrude
you protrude
they protrude
Preterite
I protruded
you protruded
he/she/it protruded
we protruded
you protruded
they protruded
Present Continuous
I am protruding
you are protruding
he/she/it is protruding
we are protruding
you are protruding
they are protruding
Present Perfect
I have protruded
you have protruded
he/she/it has protruded
we have protruded
you have protruded
they have protruded
Past Continuous
I was protruding
you were protruding
he/she/it was protruding
we were protruding
you were protruding
they were protruding
Past Perfect
I had protruded
you had protruded
he/she/it had protruded
we had protruded
you had protruded
they had protruded
Future
I will protrude
you will protrude
he/she/it will protrude
we will protrude
you will protrude
they will protrude
Future Perfect
I will have protruded
you will have protruded
he/she/it will have protruded
we will have protruded
you will have protruded
they will have protruded
Future Continuous
I will be protruding
you will be protruding
he/she/it will be protruding
we will be protruding
you will be protruding
they will be protruding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been protruding
you have been protruding
he/she/it has been protruding
we have been protruding
you have been protruding
they have been protruding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been protruding
you will have been protruding
he/she/it will have been protruding
we will have been protruding
you will have been protruding
they will have been protruding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been protruding
you had been protruding
he/she/it had been protruding
we had been protruding
you had been protruding
they had been protruding
Conditional
I would protrude
you would protrude
he/she/it would protrude
we would protrude
you would protrude
they would protrude
Past Conditional
I would have protruded
you would have protruded
he/she/it would have protruded
we would have protruded
you would have protruded
they would have protruded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.protrude - extend out or project in space; "His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
overhang - project over
push up, thrust - push upward; "The front of the trains that had collided head-on thrust up into the air"
spear up, spear - thrust up like a spear; "The branch speared up into the air"
bulge, bag - bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
cantilever - project as a cantilever
2.protrude - bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
change form, change shape, deform - assume a different shape or form
3.protrude - swell or protrude outwards; "His stomach bulged after the huge meal"
change form, change shape, deform - assume a different shape or form
bulk - stick out or up; "The parcel bulked in the sack"

protrude

verb stick out, start (from), point, project, pop (of eyes), extend, come through, stand out, bulge, shoot out, jut, stick out like a sore thumb, obtrude A huge round mass of rock protruded from the water.

protrude

verb
To curve outward past the normal or usual limit:
Translations
يَنتُؤ، يَبْرُز
čouhat
harottaapistäätyöntyä
skaga framstanda útstanda út, skaga fram
불거지다
izvirzīties uz āru
dışarı fırla mak

protrude

[prəˈtruːd]
A. VIsalir, sobresalir
B. VTsacar fuera

protrude

[prəˈtruːd] vidépasser

protrude

vi (→ aus) → vorstehen; (ears)abstehen; (eyes)vortreten
vthervorstrecken, herausstrecken

protrude

[prəˈtruːd] visporgere

protrude

(prəˈtruːd) , ((American) prou-) verb
to stick out; to project. His teeth protrude.

pro·trude

v. sobresalir; salirse de su lugar.

protrude

vi protruir, sobresalir, proyectar hacia adelante
References in classic literature ?
Protruded at long intervals above it, stood strangely shaped and somber-colored rocks, which seemed to have an understanding with one another and to exchange looks of uncomfortable significance, as if they had reared their heads to watch the issue of some foreseen event.
Their arms were rather longer and their legs shorter in proportion to the torso than in man, and later I noticed that their great toes protruded at right angles from their feet--because of their arboreal habits, I presume.
Their eyes were set at the extreme sides of their heads a trifle above the center and protruded in such a manner that they could be directed either forward or back and also independently of each other, thus permitting this queer animal to look in any direction, or in two directions at once, without the necessity of turning the head.
The other bank of the stream was open ground -- a gentle slope topped with a stockade of vertical tree trunks, loopholed for rifles, with a single embrasure through which protruded the muzzle of a brass cannon commanding the bridge.
In the cabin of Alexander Paulvitch the thing within the black box ticked, ticked, ticked, with apparently unending monotony; but yet, second by second, a little arm which protruded from the periphery of one of its wheels came nearer and nearer to another little arm which projected from the hand which Paulvitch had set at a certain point upon the dial beside the clockwork.