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Russian translation of “pull”

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pull

verb
 
 
/pʊl/
A2 [I, T] to take hold of something and move it somewhere
тянуть, тащить
If you keep pulling his tail, he'll bite you. No wonder it's not working, someone's pulled the plug out. He pulled off his boots. She bent down and pulled up her socks.PullingGeneral words for movement
pull a muscle to injure a muscle by stretching it too much
растянуть мышцу
Disorders of muscles and the nervous system
pull a gun/knife, etc on sb to suddenly take out a weapon
выхватывать пистолет/нож и т. д.
He pulled a gun on us and demanded money. →  See also pull/tear your hair out , pull the plug , not pull any punches , pull out all the stops , pull strings , pull your weight Handguns and riflesAiming and aimHand weapons
Translations of “pull”
in Korean 당기다…
in Arabic يَسْحَب…
in French (re)tirer (sur), tirer sur, ramer…
in Italian tirare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移近, 拖,拉,扯…
in Turkish çekmek…
in Polish ciągnąć (za), pociągać (za)…
in Spanish arrastrar, tirar de, chupar…
in Portuguese puxar, arrastar…
in German ziehen, rudern, sich bewegen…
in Catalan estirar…
in Japanese ~を引っ張る, 引く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 移近, 拖,拉,拽…
(Definition of pull verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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