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2 Translation results for pull in Spanish

noun | verb

pull noun

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tirón, jalón; atracción, fuerza; influencia; tirador (de un cajón, etc.)

Example sentences of
pull noun

  • She gave the door a few hard pulls and it opened.
  • Give the rope a pull.
  • He has a lot of pull in local political circles.

Detailed synonyms for pull noun

See: Influence

pull verb

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pulled, has pulled, is pulling, pulls
tirar de, jalar; tirar; sacar, extraer; desgarrarse (un musculo, etc.)

Example sentences of
pull verb

  • He pulled the door open and ran out.
  • The cat will scratch you if you keep pulling its tail.
  • Make a knot in the rope and pull it tight.
  • Pull the baby's chair closer to the table.
  • She pulled the blanket over her head.
  • We tried pushing and pulling but couldn't get the couch to move.
  • Grab the end of the rope and pull as hard as you can.
  • We spent the morning in the garden pulling weeds.
  • I accidentally pulled one of the buttons off my shirt.
  • He pulled the plug out of the socket.

Synonyms of
pull verb

Detailed synonyms for pull verb

Pull, draw, drag, haul, tug, tow significan causar movimiento en la dirección determinada por una fuerza aplicada.
  • Pull es el término general, pero puede poner énfasis en la fuerza que se ejerce más que en el movimiento resultante <pulled up the plants by the roots>.
  • Draw indica un movimiento más suave y estable así como, por lo general, una fuerza más ligera que pull <a child drawing his sled across the snow>.
  • Drag connota gran esfuerzo en vencer la resistencia o la fricción <dragged the body across the room>.
  • Haul indica un tirar o arrastrar sostenido, sobre todo de objetos pesados o voluminosos <a team of horses hauling supplies>.
  • Tug se aplica a esfuerzos enérgicos, y a menudo espasmódicos, de mover algo <a little girl tugging at her mother's hand>.
  • Tow connota usar un vehículo para halar algo <towing a broken-down car>.

Phrasal verbs for pull

Related phrases for pull

Reverse translation for pull

tirón  - pull, tug, yank 
jalón  - milestone, landmark, pull, tug 
atracción  - attraction, (slang) the hots 
fuerza  - strength, vigor, force, power, might 
influencia  - influence 
tirador  (de un cajón, etc.) - handle, knob, marksman 
jalar  - to pull, to tug, to pull, to pull together, to attract, to draw in, to hurry up, to get going, to be in working order 
tirar  - to pull, to draw, to throw, to hurl, to toss, to shoot, to throw away, to throw out, to waste, to attract, to knock down, to shoot, to fire, to launch, to get by, to manage, to take (a photo), to print, to run off 
sacar  - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
extraer  - to extract 
desgarrarse  (un musculo, etc.)
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