Word: tug

Category: tug

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Related words: tug

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Synonyms: tug

eyeglass

Translations: tug

spanish
remolcar, remolcador


german
schleppdampfer, zug

french
attirer, traîner, houspiller, haler, tirailler, ...

italian
rimorchiatore

portuguese
puxar, topete, rebocador

dutch
rukken

russian
гуж, дужка, туер, тянуть, буксир, ...

norwegian
napp, hale

finnish
nykäisy, vetäistä, nykäistä, ponnistella, nykiä

danish
trække

czech
trhat, trhnutí, táhnout, škubnout, škubat, ...

polish
wysilać, szarpnięcie, podskubać, pociągać, windować, ...

hungarian
meghúzás, révkalauzhajó, megrántás

greek
τράβηγμα

ukrainian
відбуксирувати, буксирувати, буксир, ривок, дужка

bulgarian
буксир

estonian
puksiir, sikutama

croatian
tegljenje, vući, remorker, tegliti

slovak
ťahať

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The meaning and "use of": tug

noun
  • a hard or sudden pull.
  • a loop from a horse's saddle that supports a shaft or trace.

verb
  • pull (something) hard or suddenly.

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