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  1. pull

    • IPA[pʊl]

    英式

    • v.
      exert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement towards oneself;(of an animal or vehicle) be attached to the front and be the source of forward movement of (a vehicle)
    • n.
      an act of pulling something;a handle to hold while pulling
    • verb: pull, 3rd person present: pulls, gerund or present participle: pulling, past tense: pulled, past participle: pulled

    • noun: pull, plural noun: pulls

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    動詞

    • 1. exert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement towards oneself he pulled them down on to the couch I pulled the heavy blue curtain aside 同義詞 tug, haul, drag, draw, trail, ... 更多反義詞 push
    • (of an animal or vehicle) be attached to the front and be the source of forward movement of (a vehicle) the carriage was pulled by four horses
    • (of an engine) exert propulsive force; deliver power the engine warmed up quickly and pulled well
    • work oars to cause a boat to move he pulled at the oars and the boat moved swiftly through the water she looked at the waves and pulled hard with her oars
    • move in a specified direction with effort, especially by taking hold of something and exerting force he pulled himself into the saddle
    • remove or extract (something) by grasping and exerting force on it she pulled a handkerchief out of her pocket he pulled on his boots 同義詞 pull out, draw out, take out, extract, remove, ... 更多
    • British draw (beer) from a barrel to serve he ordered three beers and the barman pulled them
    • retrieve (an item of data) from the top of a stack.
    • 2. move steadily in a specified direction or manner the bus was about to pull away the boy pulled ahead and disappeared round the corner
    • move one's body in a specified direction, especially against resistance she tried to pull away from him
    • 3. attract (someone) as a customer; cause to show interest in something anyone can enter the show if they have a good act and the ability to pull a crowd tourist attractions which pull in millions of foreign visitors 同義詞 attract, draw, pull in, bring in, lure, ... 更多反義詞 repel
    • British informal succeed in attracting sexually I used my sense of humour to pull girls
    • informal carry out or achieve (something clever or duplicitous) the magazine pulled its trick of producing the right issue at the right time
    • 4. bring out (a weapon) for use against someone it's not every day a young woman pulls a gun on a burglar
    • 5. damage (a muscle, ligament, etc.) by abnormal strain he pulled a calf muscle in the first half of the game and had to be replaced 同義詞 strain, sprain, turn, wrench, rick, ... 更多
    • 6. informal cancel or withdraw (an entertainment or advertisement) the gig was pulled at the first sign of difficulty
    • North American withdraw or disqualify (a player) from a game four of the leading eight runners were pulled
    • arrest I am never likely to get pulled for speeding
    • check the speed of (a horse), especially so as to make it lose a race.
    • 7. play (the ball) round to the leg side from the off.
    • strike (the ball) in the direction of one's follow-through so that it travels to the left (or, with a left-handed player, the right).
    • 8. (of a lineman) withdraw from and cross behind the line of scrimmage to block opposing players and clear the way for a runner he may be their best ever lineman—he can run and pull with the best
    • 9. print (a proof).

    名詞

    • 1. an act of pulling something give the hair a quick pull and it comes out by the roots 同義詞 tug, haul, jerk, heave, informalyank
    • a handle to hold while pulling the car didn't have external door handles, just pulls inside
    • a deep draught of a drink he unscrewed the cap from the flask and took another pull 同義詞 gulp, draught, drink, swallow, mouthful, ... 更多
    • an act of inhaling while smoking a pipe, cigarette, or cigar he took a pull on his cheroot 同義詞 puff, informaldrag
    • British an act of moving steadily or with effort a pull for ten minutes brought me to the summit
    • an injury to a muscle or ligament caused by abnormal strain he was ruled out of the game with a hamstring pull
    • 2. a force drawing someone or something in a particular direction the pull of the water tore her away the pull of her home town was a strong one
    • something exerting an influence or attraction one of the pulls of urban life is the opportunity of finding employment 同義詞 attraction, lure, allurement, enticement, drawing power, ... 更多
    • ability to exercise influence the team might be seeded because of their pull within soccer's international body 同義詞 influence, sway, strength, power, authority, ... 更多
    • British informal an attempt to attract someone sexually an eligible bachelor on the pull
    • 3. (in sport) a pulling stroke.
    • 4. a printer's proof.
    • n.
      pork cooked slowly over a low heat until it is tender enough to be pulled into strips, often ... there are dozens of stalls offering everything from chicken wings and pulled pork to ribs and burgers pulled pork sandwiches

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      pork cooked slowly over low heat until it is tender enough to be pulled into strips, often ... there are dozens of stalls offering everything from chicken wings and pulled pork to ribs and burgers pulled pork sandwiches

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a vehicle) move to the side of or off the road

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a vehicle or its driver) move out from the side of the road, or from its normal position in ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a vehicle) move out from the side of the road, or from its normal position in order to overtake

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a vehicle) move to the side of or off the road

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      retreat from an area

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an exercise involving raising oneself with one's arms by pulling up against a horizontal ...
    • adj.
      (of a nappy) having an elasticated waistband enabling it to be pulled up and worn like underpants: if the baby cannot stand, it's not yet time for pull-up nappies

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[po͝ol]

    美式

    • v.
      exert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement toward oneself: he pulled them down onto the couch I pulled the door shut behind me
    • n.
      an act of taking hold of something and exerting force to draw it toward one: give the hair a quick pull and it comes out by the roots

    Oxford American Dictionary