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pullout

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpʊlaʊt/ ( also pull-out)
FINANCE the act of stopping being involved in something that you had been involved in, or stopping supporting something that you had supported: There is a risk of a major pullout by investors. In announcing its pullout, the company said it had no alternative.
COMMUNICATIONS a part of a newspaper or magazine that can be separated from the main part: a special two-page pullout on tourism The Sunday edition of the paper usually has a pull-out section.
Translations of “pullout”
in Russian выезжать (на дорогу)…
in Turkish hareket etmek, ayrılmak…
in Polish ruszać, skręcać…
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