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English definition of “pull on”

pull on

Indian English
verb uk phrasal verb with pull   /pʊl/ us  
to manage or deal with a situation: Few of us can ever pull on with such meagre salaries. to have a friendly relationship with someone: Radha and Rema come from different backgrounds but they pull on very well in office.
(Definition of pull on from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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