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noun ex·tu·ba·tion \ˌek-ˌst(y)ü-ˈbā-shən\

Definition of EXTUBATION

:  the removal of a tube especially from the larynx after intubation—called also detubation
ex·tu·bate \ek-ˈst(y)ü-ˌbāt, ˈek-ˌst(y)ü-\ transitive verb, ex·tu·bat·ed ex·tu·bat·ing
April 02, 2015
capricious Hear it
impulsive or unpredictable
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