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Dictionary French English: pull

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NOUN   a pull | pulls
VERB  to pull | pulled | pulled ... 
SYNO   to draw out | to extract | to pull ... 
tirer (qc.)
to pull (sth.)
arracher qc. [dent]
to pull sth. [take out]
vêt. pull-over {m}jumper [Br.]
vêt. pull-over {m}pullover
vêt. pull-over {m}sweater
2 Words: Verbs
tirailler qc.to pull (at) sth.
auto démarrer [véhicule]to pull away [drive away]
mil. reculerto pull back
mil. se retirer [partir]to pull back
vêt. enfiler qc.to pull on sth.
démarrerto pull out
mil. se retirer du combatto pull out
trains se mettre en marcheto pull out [depart]
sortir [véhicule]to pull out [vehicle: from a lot, alley]
dent. extraire qc. [dent]to pull out sth. [tooth]
trafic se ranger [véhicule, conducteur]to pull over
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
mettre qc. en pièces [déchirer]to pull sth. apart
mil. replier qc. [armée]to pull sth. back [e.g. army]
rabattre qc.to pull sth. down
démolir qc. [bâtiment]to pull sth. down [demolish]
mettre sur pied qc. [créer]to pull sth. together [get off the ground] [idiom]
remonter qc. [chaussettes]to pull sth. up
loc. tirer des ficellesto pull strings
s'en tirer  une maladie]to pull through
faire un effortto pull together
2 Words: Nouns
phys. gravité {f}gravitational pull
sport traction {f}pull-up
vêt. pull {m} sans manchestank top [Br.]
vêt. pull {m} à col roulé [fam.]turtleneck sweater
3 Words: Verbs
se renfrognerto pull a face [idiom]
faire le malin [fam.]to pull a stunt [coll.]
loc. y mettre du siento pull one's weight
se reprendre [personne]to pull oneself together
se secouer [fam.]to pull oneself together
abuser de son rangto pull rank on sb.
se ficher de qn. [fam.] [se moquer]to pull sb.'s leg [coll.] [idiom]
mettre qn./qc. en pièces [fig.]to pull sb./sth. to pieces [fig.]
mettre qc. en pièces [déchirer]to pull sth. to pieces
pistonner qn. [fam.]to pull strings for sb. [coll.] [fig.]
naut. sport manier l'avironto pull the oars
appuyer sur la détenteto pull the trigger
auto piler [voiture]to pull up short
3 Words: Nouns
inform. menu {m} déroulantpull-down menu [Am.]
4 Words: Verbs
ne pas y aller de main morte [fig.] [fam.]to not pull any punches [fig.] [coll.]
faire la gueule [fam.]to pull a (sulky) face [Br.]
faire une grimace à qn.to pull a face at sb.
faire une drôle de tête [fig.]to pull a strange expression
renfoncer son chapeauto pull down one's hat
loc. tirer à hue et à diato pull in opposite directions
se dépatouiller de qc. [situation, affaire]to pull oneself out of sth.
armes sortir un couteauto pull out a knife
5+ Words: Verbs
remonter un seau d'un puitsto pull a bucket up from a well
rouler qn. dans la farine [fam.] [loc.]to pull a fast one on sb. [coll.] [idiom]
retirer un mouchoir de sa pocheto pull a handkerchief out of one's pocket
faire un coup de théâtre [loc.]to pull a rabbit out of a hat [idiom]
sortir un lapin de son chapeau [aussi fig.] [loc.]to pull a rabbit out the hat [also fig.] [idiom]
faire la synthèseto pull all the threads together [fig.]
ramener sa couverture sur son mentonto pull one's blanket up to one's chin
anat. vêt. enfoncer son chapeau jusqu'aux oreillesto pull one's hat down over one's ears
mettre le paquet [fam.]to pull out all the stops [coll.]
écon. sortir de la récessionto pull out of the recession
bot. déraciner qc. [arbre, plante]to pull sth. up by the roots
tirer le couteau d'un coup secto pull the knife out with a jerk
couper l'herbe sous le pied à/de qn. [fig.]to pull the rug (out) from under sb. [idiom]
tirer les ficelles de pouvoir [fig.] [loc.]to pull the strings of power [fig.] [idiom]
donner le change à qn.to pull the wool over sb.'s eyes [coll.]
duper qn.to pull the wool over sb.'s eyes [idiom]
5+ Words: Nouns
mil. retrait {m} des troupespull-out of the troops
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