1. phrasal verb When a vehicle or driver pulls over, the vehicle moves closer to the side of the road and stops there. [V P] ⇒ He noticed a man behind him in a blue Ford gesticulating to pull over. 2. phrasal verb → pull If the police pull over a driver or vehicle, they make the driver stop at the side of the road, usually because the driver has been driving dangerously. [V n P] ⇒ The officers pulled him over after a high-speed chase. [V P n] ⇒ Police pulled over his Mercedes near Dieppe.
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