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Noun(1) the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you(2) the force used in pulling(3) special advantage or influence(4) a device used for pulling something(5) a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments(6) a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke(7) a sustained effort
Verb(1) cause to move by pulling(2) direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes(3) move into a certain direction(4) apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion(5) perform an act, usually with a negative connotation(6) bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover(7) steer into a certain direction(8) strain abnormally(9) cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense(10) operate when rowing a boat(11) rein in to keep from winning a race(12) tear or be torn violently(13) hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing(14) strip of feathers(15) remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense(16) take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for
(1) Then its own ion engine will take it, gradually, into bigger and bigger orbits, until the gravitational pull of the Moon takes over.(2) he took a pull on his cheroot(3) Finish the pull with a quick rotation to clear the shoulder and arm for the first recovery.(4) give the hair a quick pull, and it comes out by the roots(5) he gave me a pull up onto the wall(6) Less rain would be good in the afternoon/evening, so if anyone has any pull with the weather folks, put in a good word, would you?(7) The Avenger is a double roller bag with polyester construction and a retractable metal pull handle.(8) she tried to pull away from him(9) pull hard(10) When I said I was going to pull a player from a game tomorrow, it's not because I'm thinking he will be tired the next day.(11) pull the door to open it(12) Despite his track record Davies admits to being in awe of Doctor Zhivago, largely because the 1965 film version still exerts such a pull .(13) Up to now if you had political pull or you could pressurise those who had you shunted yourself up the priority list ahead of schools in greater need.(14) The gravitational pull of the Moon provides the twice-daily tides on Earth as Earth spins under the Moon.(15) Now we have left the gravitational pull of the Earth.(16) Made of 1800 denier polyester, it has a retractable pull handle and inline skate wheels.
1. tug ::
2. attraction ::
3. influence ::
4. wrench ::
6. drag ::
7. clout ::
8. tug ::
9. extract ::
10. strain ::
11. attract ::
12. draw ::
13. root for ::
wraidd ar gyfer
14. overstretch ::
15. rive ::
16. take out ::
17. pluck ::
18. commit ::
1. drive ::
2. propel ::
3. push ::
Different Formspull, pulled, puller, pullers, pulling, pulls
Word Example from TV Shows
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The point is, if we all just PULL together,
we can do this. Who's with me?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18
You know what, let me
PULL a quick contract off the Internet--
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 11
Pull the string back to
the center of your chin and release.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
Howard, I've got a party to plan,
don't make me PULL it out of you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 5
And PULL out slowly into traffic.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 5
English to Welsh Dictionary: pull
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