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pull (sb/sth) out

phrasal verb with pull uk   us   /pʊl/ verb

(AREA)

If soldiers or military forces pull out or are pulled out, they move out of an area because they have been ordered to.
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(ACTIVITY)

to stop being involved in an activity or agreement: He pulled out of the deal at the last moment. They've pulled all their athletes out of the competition.
Translations of “pull (sb/sth) out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 範圍, (使)(士兵或軍隊)撤出,(使)撤離…
in Chinese (Simplified) 范围, (使)(士兵或军队)撤出,(使)撤离…
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