Definition of 'pull through'
Example sentences containing 'pull through'
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Is it for this that we came together and pulled through after Munich? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is it for this that we came together and pulled through after Munich? Times, Sunday Times (2016)She has now pulled through after two months recovering. The Sun (2011)It was thought he might not pull through after the accident. The Sun (2014)But he pulled through after an op to remove a tumour growing in an open wound in his head. The Sun (2009)We've just got to stick together and pull through. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He pulls through after surgery - but is left badly scarred. The Sun (2015)I hope they all stay close and pull through this tragedy together. The Sun (2011)And he tells how he faced another battle after pulling through the deadly disease - learning how to speak again. The Sun (2008)An experienced kite surfer died after he was pulled through the sea when he got into difficulty and failed to trigger the kite's emergency release system. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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