pull at sth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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pull at sth

phrasal verb with pull uk   us   /pʊl/ verb
to ​pull something ​quickly and usually ​repeatedly: The ​childpulled at his ​sleeve to get his ​attention. He ​pulled at his ​ear as he ​spoke.
(Definition of pull at sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pull at sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指多次)轻拉…
in Turkish çekiştirmek, çekip durmak…
in Russian дергать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指多次)輕拉…
in Polish szarpać za coś…
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