pull

pull
Synonyms and related words:
abandon, accomplish, adduct, adduction, affinity, allure, allurement, amperage, appeal, apprehend, armipotence, arrest, arrive, assume, attack, attract, attractance, attraction, attractiveness, attractivity, authority, avulse, back away, back off, back out, backstairs influence, be magnetic, be paid, beat a retreat, beat it, beef, bend, beverage, bias, bib, black power, blue, blueprint, boost, booze, bridle, bring off, bring out, brute force, buck up, bumper, bust, call, campaign for, capillarity, capillary attraction, captivate, capture, carry out, catch, catch a crab, centripetal force, chaff, chain-smoke, charge, charisma, chaw, check, chew, clout, cogence, cogency, cold-type proof, collar, color proof, come, come up to, complete, compulsion, computer proof, connections, constrain, contain, continue, control, cool, cool off, criticize, crook, cull, curb, curtail, curve, cut a crab, cut out, debase, decelerate, deflect, degrade, demolish, depart, deracinate, destroy, detach, devastate, deviate, diffract, diffuse, dig out, dig up, diminish, dint, discredit, disentangle, disgrace, dishonor, disperse, distort, diverge, divert, do, dogleg, dompt, draft, drag, drag out, draggle, drain the cup, dram, draw, draw back, draw in, draw out, draw towards, draw up, drawing, drawing power, drayage, dredge, dredge up, drench, drink, drink in, drink off, drink to, drink up, drive, drop, duress, earn, effect, effectiveness, effectuality, elongate, encourage, energy, engrave, enjoin, entice, eradicate, evacuate, evolve, evulse, excavate, excise, exsect, extend, extract, extraction, extricate, fall back, fascinate, favor, feather, feather an oar, flay, flee, flower power, force, force majeure, forcefulness, foundry proof, full blast, full force, gain, galley, galley proof, gargle, get, get better, get out, give up, give way, go, go and do, gouge out, govern, gravitation, gravity, grub up, guard, gulp, guzzle, hairpin, hale, halt, haul, haulage, hauling, have, have an attraction, have on, heave, heaving, hectograph, hinder, hold, hold at bay, hold back, hold fast, hold in, hold in leash, hold up, hoodwink, hope for, humiliate, imbibe, impel, impress, imprint, improve, in, influence, inhalation, inhale, inhale snuff, inhibit, inside track, interest, issue, jerk, jigger, jolt, jump, keep, keep back, keep from, keep in, keep in check, keep under control, knock, land, lap, lay under restraint, leave, lengthen, lengthen out, let out, level, leverage, libation, live, lower, lug, lure, magnet, magnetism, magnetize, main force, main strength, make fun of, mana, manage, might, might and main, mightiness, mimeograph, mine, moxie, multigraph, muscle, muscle power, mutual attraction, nab, nail, nick, nip, oar, obtain, outpace, outrun, overexert, overexertion, overextend, overextension, overprint, overstrain, overstress, overtax, overtaxing, pace, paddle, page proof, pan, peg, perform, perpetrate, persuasion, pick out, pick up, pinch, pizzazz, plate proof, pledge, pluck, pluck out, pluck up, ply the oar, poke fun at, poop, portion, potation, potence, potency, potentiality, potion, power, power pack, power structure, power struggle, powerfulness, prepotency, press, press proof, prestige, print, procure, produce, productiveness, productivity, progressive proof, prohibit, prolong, prolongate, proof, proof sheet, protract, prove, publish, puff, puissance, pull a proof, pull apart, pull away, pull back, pull down, pull for, pull in, pull off, pull out, pull strings, pull through, pull to pieces, pull towards, pull up, pulling, pulling power, punch, punt, push, put down, put on, put out, put to bed, put to press, quaff, quarry, quit, rack, rag, rake out, rally, raze, reach, recede, receive, recoil, recover, recuperate, reduce, refract, rein, rein in, reissue, relinquish, remove, rend, reprint, repro proof, restrain, retard, retreat, retrench, revise, rib, ridicule, rip off, rip out, root for, root out, root up, round, round of drinks, row, row away, row dry, run, run down, run off, scatter, scull, secure, seduction, seductiveness, select, separate, set back, ship oars, shoot, shot, shove, shy, sinew, sip, skew, sky an oar, slam, slate, slip, slow down, slurp, smoke, snake, snifter, snort, snub, special favor, spin out, spot, stamp, start, steam, stone proof, stop, strain, strain every nerve, straining, straiten, strength, stress, stress and strain, stressfulness, stretch, stretch out, strike, string out, strong arm, succeed, suck, suck in, suckle, suction, sup, superiority, superpower, support, survive, sweat blood, swig, swill, sympathy, take flight, take in tow, take into custody, take off, take on, take out, take snuff, tauten, tax, taxing, tear, tear off, tear out, tease, tense, tension, tighten, tipple, toast, toss down, toss off, tot, tow, towage, towing, traction, tractive power, trail, train, trawl, trial impression, troll, tug, tug-of-war, tugging, turn, turn tail, twist, twit, unearth, unravel, uproot, validity, vandyke, vehemence, vigor, vim, virility, virtue, virulence, vitality, warp, wash down, wattage, weed out, weight, wet, win, wire-pulling, withdraw, withhold, wreck, wrench, wrest out, yank, zigzag

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  • pull — pull …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • pull — [ pyl ] n. m. • 1930; abrév. de pull over ♦ Pull over. Un pull jacquard. Pull chaussette, moulant, à côtes très serrées. Pull à col roulé, à col en V. Des pulls ras du cou. Pull de coton à manches courtes. ⇒aussi sous pull. Pull et gilet. ⇒ twin… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pull — ► VERB 1) exert force on (something) so as to move it towards oneself or the origin of the force. 2) remove by pulling. 3) informal bring out (a weapon) for use. 4) move steadily: the bus pulled away. 5) move oneself with effort or against… …   English terms dictionary

  • Pull — over « Pull » redirige ici. Pour les autres significations, voir Pull (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • pull — [pool] vt. [ME pullen < OE pullian, to pluck, snatch with the fingers: ? akin to MLowG pull, a husk, shell] 1. to exert force or influence on so as to cause to move toward or after the source of the force; drag, tug, draw, attract, etc. 2. a)… …   English World dictionary

  • Pull — Pull, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Pulled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pulling}.] [AS. pullian; cf. LG. pulen, and Gael. peall, piol, spiol.] 1. To draw, or attempt to draw, toward one; to draw forcibly. [1913 Webster] Ne er pull your hat upon your brows. Shak.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pull — Pull, n. 1. The act of pulling or drawing with force; an effort to move something by drawing toward one. [1913 Webster] I awakened with a violent pull upon the ring which was fastened at the top of my box. Swift. [1913 Webster] 2. A contest; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pull on — ˌpull ˈon [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they pull on he/she/it pulls on present participle pulling on past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pull up — can mean:* Pull up (exercise), an upper body compound pull exercise * Pull up resistor, a technique in digital electronics * Pull up transistor, a transistor used in analog electronics * Pull Up refactoring, a technique used in object oriented… …   Wikipedia

  • Pull-up — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En electrónica se denomina pull up bien a la acción de elevar la tensión de salida de un circuito lógico, bien a la tensión que, por lo general mediante un divisor de tensión, se pone a la entrada de un amplificador… …   Wikipedia Español

  • pull — vb Pull, draw, drag, haul, hale, tug, tow mean to cause to move in the direction determined by the person or thing that exerts force. Pull, the general term, is often accompanied by an adverb or adverbial phrase to indicate the direction {two… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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