ˌpull (sth) ˈover


ˌpull (sth) ˈover
phrasal verb
to stop at the side of the road, or to make a vehicle stop at the side of the road

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  • pull somebody over — ˌpull sb/sthˈover derived (of the police) to make a driver or vehicle move to the side of the road Main entry: ↑pullderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something over — ˌpull sb/sthˈover derived (of the police) to make a driver or vehicle move to the side of the road Main entry: ↑pullderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull*/*/*/ — [pʊl] verb I 1) [I/T] to move someone or something towards you using your hands Ant: push The little girl pulled gently at my sleeve.[/ex] I climbed into bed and pulled the duvet over my head.[/ex] A lifeguard had to pull her out of the… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • pull something in — ˌpull sthˈin/ˈdown derived (informal) to earn the large amount of money mentioned Syn: ↑make • I reckon she s pulling in over $100 000. Main entry: ↑pull …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull — pull1 W1S1 [pul] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move something towards you)¦ 2¦(remove)¦ 3¦(make something follow you)¦ 4¦(take something out)¦ 5¦(clothing)¦ 6¦(move your body)¦ 7¦(muscle)¦ 8 pull strings 9 pull the/somebody s strings …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pull — 1 /pUl/ verb 1 MOVE STH TOWARDS YOU (I, T) to use your hands to make something move towards you or in the direction that you are moving: Help me move the piano; you push and I ll pull. | pull sth: I pulled the handle and it just snapped off! |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pull — Used in the context of general equities. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: cancel. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * pull pull [pʊl] verb pull in phrasal verb [transitive] 1. pull something → in informal to earn a large amount of money …   Financial and business terms

  • pull over — verb steer a vehicle to the side of the road The car pulled over when the ambulance approached at high speed • Hypernyms: ↑steer, ↑maneuver, ↑manoeuver, ↑manoeuvre, ↑direct, ↑point, ↑head, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull down sth — UK US pull down sth Phrasal Verb with pull({{}}/pʊl/ verb [T] INFORMAL ► to earn money: »Most top executives pull down salaries the rest of us can only dream of. »A single one of his paintings can pull down over a million dollars …   Financial and business terms

  • pull — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 act of pulling ADJECTIVE ▪ sharp ▪ strong ▪ gentle, slight ▪ downward ▪ gravitati …   Collocations dictionary