Spanish translation of 'pull in'
transitive verb + adverb
2. (= rein in)
3. (informal) (= attract)
the film is pulling them in la película atrae un público numeroso ⧫ la película es muy popular
this will pull them in esto les hará venir en masa
4. (informal) (= take into custody) detener
5. (informal) (= earn) ganar
intransitive verb + adverbSee also pull
(into station, harbour) llegar
(into driveway) entrar
(= stop, park) parar
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Example Sentences Including 'pull in'
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Her eyes teared, and she could feel a blackness hovering over her as she fought to pull in air.THE STAPLE STREET GANG: KIM AND THE SOOPER GLOOPER TORCH (1993)
Time for the fishermen to haul in their boats, pull in the lobster pots, and hang up their nets for winter mending.THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
I had just come up to the house from Snow Goose, expecting that you had come back with him, when I saw Cartwright's car pull in.CORMORANT
Translation of pull in from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary