pull = tirar de transitive verb

pull = tirón noun

1pull

transitive verb

Spanish Translation of PULL

transitive verb
1
draw, tug : tirar de, jalar
2
extract : sacar, extraer to pull teeth sacar muelas to pull a gun on amenazar a (alguien) con pistola
3
tear : desgarrarse (un músculo, etc.)
4
to pull down : bajar, echar abajo, derribar (un edificio)
5
to pull in attract : atraer (una muchedumbre, etc.) to pull in votes conseguir votos
6
to pull off remove : sacar, quitar
7
to pull oneself together : calmarse, tranquilizarse
8
to pull up raise : levantar, subir
intransitive verb
2
(indicating movement in a specific direction) they pulled in front of us se nos metieron delante to pull to a stop pararse
3
to pull through recover : recobrarse, reponerse
4
to pull together cooperate : trabajar juntos, cooperar

2pull

noun

Spanish Translation of PULL

1
tug : tirón masculine, jalón masculine he gave it a pull le dio un tirón
2
attraction : atracción feminine, fuerza feminine the pull of gravity la fuerza de la gravedad
3
influence : influencia feminine
4
handle : tirador masculine (de un cajón, etc.)
5
bell pull : cuerda feminine

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