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English definition of “pull (sb) through (sth)”

pull (sb) through (sth)

verb uk phrasal verb with pull   /pʊl/ us  
to succeed in dealing with a difficult period, or to help someone do this: He'd never have managed on his own, but his colleagues have pulled him through. It was a crisis year for the company, but we have pulled through.
(Definition of pull (sb) through (sth) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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