Pull out - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈpʊl ˈaʊt|  American pronunciation of the word pull out
Brit.  |ˈpʊlaʊt|  British pronunciation of the word pull out
- move out or away (syn: get out)
- bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover (syn: draw, get out, pull, take out)
pull out a gun
- remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense (syn: draw out, extract, pull, pull up, rip out, take out, tear out)
- remove oneself from an obligation (syn: back down, back off, bow out)


We reached the station too late, just as the train was pulling out.

Jim saw that the firm was going to fail, so he pulled out before he got ruined.

...the party's been fun, but it's time to pull out...

...the aid workers have been advised to pull out of those regions to which the conflict has spread...

...service that is the essence of swank: the waiters pull out your chair for you and even place your napkin on your lap...

We'll pull out of this place and get away as far as ever we can.

Thankfully, the pilot managed to pull out of the dive and regain control.

Don't forget to indicate before you pull out.

Don't pull out! There's something coming.

They are trying to pull out of the agreement.

Signal before you pull out.

The economy will begin to pull out of recession in the second quarter.

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