(third-person singular simple present wrings out, present participle wringing out, simple past and past participle wrung out)
- To squeeze a wet material, either by twisting with one's hands, or by passing it through a wringer, to remove the water.
- To force someone to give something, usually truth, or money.
- I couldn't help it. I had to tell him. He wrung it out of me.
- They wrung an extra $500 out of us for the transfer fees.
- (aviation) To push an aircraft to its performance limits; to push the envelope.