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Meaning of “pull up” - Learner’s Dictionary

pull up

phrasal verb with pull     /pʊl/ verb
B2 If a vehicle pulls up, it stops, often for a short time: A car pulled up outside the bank and two men got out.Driving and operating road vehicles
pull up a chair
to move a chair nearer to something or someone: Why don't you pull up a chair and join us?Sitting and standingPulling
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