Word: pull

Category: pull

Autos & Vehicles, Beauty & Fitness, Shopping

Related words: pull

pull up, pick pull, pull ups, pull a part, u pull, pick and pull, push pull, pick n pull, pull down, u pull it, git pull, pull apart bread, pull and pay, pull apart

Synonyms: pull

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: pull

spanish
tirón, tirar, arrastrar


german
schrägziehen, zugkraft, begehen, zerreißen, raufen, ...

french
saccader, tirer, arracher, déchirer, houspiller, ...

italian
tendere, strappare

portuguese
sopro, puxar, sacar

dutch
trekken, rukken, tappen

russian
потянуть, стягивать, развалить, тянуть, нахлобучивать, ...

norwegian
dra, trekke, hale, trekk

swedish
draga, rycka, ryck, ryckning, slita

finnish
riuhtaisu, vetäisy, vetää, kiskoa, tempoa, ...

danish
drag, trække

czech
vytáhnout, aut, přetáhnout, přitahovat, tahat, ...

polish
pociągnięcie, sterować, pociągać, naciągać, ciągnąć, ...

hungarian
nyomórúd, korty, korrektúra, csatolóhorog

turkish
çekmek, çekme

greek
τραβώ, τράβηγμα

ukrainian
пхикання

albanian
tërheq

belarusian
цягнуць

croatian
zaveslaj, vući, vuci

icelandic
draga, toga

lithuanian
masinti, traukti

latvian
vilkt, valdzināt, raut, saistīt, pievilkt

romanian
trage

slovenian
vleči

slovak
ťahať

Popularity stats: pull

Most searched by regions

Tennessee, Louisiana, Kentucky, Washington, North Carolina

Most searched by cities

Atlanta, San Francisco, Sacramento, Charlotte, Nashville

The meaning and "use of": pull

noun
  • an act of taking hold of something and exerting force to draw it toward one.
  • a force drawing someone or something in a particular direction or course of action.

verb
  • exert force on (someone or something), typically by taking hold of them, in order to move or try to move them toward oneself or the origin of the force.
  • (of a vehicle or person) move steadily in a specified direction or to reach a specified point.
  • cause (someone) to patronize, buy, or show interest in something; attract.
  • cancel or withdraw (an entertainment or advertisement).
  • strike (a ball) in the direction of one's follow-through so that it travels to the left or, with a left-handed player, to the right.
  • (of a lineman) withdraw from position and cross parallel to and behind the line of scrimmage to block opposing players for a runner.

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