Hindi translation of 'pull'
pull /pʊl पुल्/
Word forms: pulls, pulling, pulled
1. transitive verb, countable noun
When you pull something, you hold it firmly and move it towards you or away from its previous position. A pull is an instance of pulling.
I helped pull him out of the water.
She gave the carpet a firm pull to straighten it.
2. transitive verb
When a vehicle, animal, or person pulls a cart or piece of machinery, they are attached to it or hold it, so that it moves along behind them when they move forward.
...a train pulling wagons.
3. transitive verb
If you pull a part of your body in a particular direction, you move it with effort or force in that direction.
She pulled her hand from her pocket.
4. transitive verb
If you pull a muscle, you injure it by straining it.
5. countable noun
A pull is a strong physical force which causes things to move in a particular direction.
...the pull of gravity.
When a vehicle or driver pulls away, the vehicle starts moving forward.
If you pull away from someone that you have had close links with, you deliberately become less close to them.
Kevin began to pull away from his parents.
If someone pulls back from an action, they decide not to continue or persist with it, because it could have bad consequences.
He asked both countries to pull back from violence.
To pull down a building or statue means to deliberately destroy it.
When a vehicle or driver pulls in somewhere, the vehicle stops there.
He pulled in at the side of the road.
When a vehicle or driver pulls into a road or driveway, the vehicle makes a turn into the road or driveway and stops there.
If you pull off something very difficult, you manage to achieve it successfully.
It will be amazing if they pull it off.
When a vehicle or driver pulls out, the vehicle moves out into the road or nearer the centre of the road.
(गाड़ी)निकालकर सड़क पर लाना
She pulled out into the street.
If you pull out of an agreement, a contest, or an organization, you withdraw from it.
If troops pull out of a place, they leave it.
When a vehicle or driver pulls over, the vehicle moves closer to the side of the road and stops there.
सड़क के किनारे गाड़ी रोकना
If someone with a serious illness or in a very difficult situation pulls through, they recover.
If people pull together, they co-operate with each other.
If we all pull together, I'm sure we will be able to win.
If you are upset or depressed and someone tells you to pull yourself together, they are telling you in a rather unsympathetic way to control your feelings and behave calmly.
खुद पर काबू पाना
When a vehicle or driver pulls up, the vehicle slows down and stops.
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Example Sentences Including 'pull'
Then she saw him reach inside his pocket and pull out a device no large than a mobile phone.CHAMELEON (2002)
Even if he escaped them, he was probably already too weak to resist the pull of the river.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
They just terminate careers, pull out the plug on companies.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
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'pull' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَجْذِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: puxar
- Chinese: 拉
- Croatian: izvući
- Czech: táhnout zatáhnout
- Danish: trække
- Dutch: trekken naar zich toe, verwijderen
- European Spanish: tirar jalar
- Finnish: vetää
- French: tirer amener vers soi
- German: ziehen
- Greek: τραβώ
- Italian: tirare
- Japanese: 引く
- Korean: ...을 잡아당기다
- Norwegian: trekke
- Polish: pociągnąć ciągnąć
- Portuguese: puxar
- Romanian: a trage
- Russian: тянуть
- Spanish: tirar estirar o extender
- Swedish: dra
- Thai: ดึง
- Turkish: çekmek
- Ukrainian: тягти потягти
- Vietnamese: kéo
Translation of pull from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary