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tug

verb /taɡ/ ( past tense, past participle tugged)
to pull (something) sharply and strongly
tirar (de), dar un estirón
He tugged (at) the door but it wouldn’t open.
tug-boat noun a small boat with a very powerful engine, for towing larger ships.
remolcador
tug-of-war noun a competition in which two people or teams pull at opposite ends of a rope, trying to pull their opponents over a centre line.
juego de la cuerda; (fig) lucha del tira y afloja
Translations of “tug”
in Arabic يَشُدّ بِشِدَّة…
in Korean 끌다…
in Malaysian menyentap…
in French tirer (sur)…
in Turkish kuvvetle asılmak, şiddetle çekmek…
in Italian tirare con forza…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用力)拉,拖,拽…
in Russian дергать…
in Polish ciągnąć, szarpać…
in Vietnamese kéo mạnh, lôi kéo…
in Portuguese tirar, arrancar, puxar…
in Thai ดึง…
in German zerren…
in Catalan estirar, estrebar…
in Japanese ~をぐいっと引っ張る, 強く引く…
in Indonesian menarik…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用力)拉,拖,拽…
(Definition of tug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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