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Meaning of “pull at sth” - Learner’s Dictionary

pull at sth

phrasal verb with pull     /pʊl/ verb
to pull something several times, usually with quick, light movements: Stop pulling at my sleeve.Pulling
Translations of “pull at sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指多次)輕拉…
in Russian дергать…
in Turkish çekiştirmek, çekip durmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指多次)轻拉…
in Polish szarpać za coś…
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