Definition of 'pull up'
Example sentences containing 'pull up'
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Ginny's father and his disciples haven't managed, after all, to pull up the drawbridge. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMENFinally we pull up in a deserted street next to a small bookshop. LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
`Jocelyn needs a good steady pull-up, but not until she's got over her present state of weeps. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2001)
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Translations for 'pull up'
British English: pull up /pʊl ʌp/ VERB
When a vehicle or driver pulls up, the vehicle slows down and stops.
The car pulled up and the driver jumped out.
- American English: pull up
- Arabic: يَتَوَقَف
- Brazilian Portuguese: encostar o carro
- Chinese: 停下
- Croatian: zaustaviti se
- Czech: zastavit vozidlo
- Danish: køre ind
- Dutch: stoppen
- European Spanish: detenerse
- Finnish: pysähtyä autolla
- French: s’arrêter
- German: hochziehen
- Greek: σταματώ στην άκρη του δρόμου
- Italian: fermarsi
- Japanese: 止める
- Korean: (차를) 세우다
- Norwegian: stanse
- Polish: zatrzymać
- European Portuguese: encostar o carro
- Romanian: a opri
- Russian: останавливать(ся)
- Spanish: parar
- Swedish: dra upp
- Thai: ทำให้หยุด
- Turkish: kenara çekmek araç
- Ukrainian: зупинятися
- Vietnamese: dừng lại
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