Die Übersetzung von "pull" - Englisch-Französisch Wörterbuch


verb /pul/

to (try to) move something especially towards oneself usually by using force

(re)tirer (sur)
He pulled the chair towards the fire
She pulled at the door, but couldn’t open it
He kept pulling the girls’ hair for fun
Help me to pull my boots off
This railway engine can pull twelve carriages.

(with ator on) in eg smoking, to suck at

tirer sur
He pulled at his cigarette.

to row

He pulled towards the shore.

(of a driver or vehicle) to steer or move in a certain direction

entrer dans
The car pulled in at the garage
I pulled into the side of the road
The train pulled out of the station
The motorbike pulled out to overtake
He pulled off the road.
pull apart / to pieces

to tear or destroy completely by pulling

mettre en pièces
He pulled the cardboard box apart and put it in the recycling bin.
pull down

to destroy or demolish (buildings)

They’ve pulled down that old tower block.
pull a face / faces (at)

to make strange expressions with the face eg to show disgust, or to amuse

faire des grimaces (à)
The children were pulling faces at each other
He pulled a face when he smelt the fish.
pull a gun etc on

to produce and aim a gun etc at (a person)

braquer un revolver sur
Suddenly Raymond pulled a gun on him.
pull off

to succeed in doing

réussir (son coup)
He’s finally pulled it off!
pull on

to put on (a piece of clothing) hastily

She pulled on a sweater.
pull oneself together

to control oneself; to regain one’s self-control

(se) ressaisir
At first she was terrified, then she pulled herself together.
pull through

to (help to) survive an illness etc

(se) tirer d’affaire
He is very ill, but he’ll pull through
The expert medical treatment pulled him through.
pull up

(of a driver or vehicle) to stop

He pulled up at the traffic lights.
pull one’s weight

to take one’s fair share of work, duty etc

faire sa part du travail
She doesn’t really pull her weight as far as work is concerned.

(Die Übersetzung von "pull" von PASSWORT Englisch-Französisch Wörterbuch © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)