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pull in/pull into somewhere

phrasal verb with pull uk   us   /pʊl/ verb
B2 If a vehicle pulls in or pulls into somewhere, it moves in that direction and stops there: He pulled in at the side of the road. I pulled into the empty parking space.
Translations of “pull in/pull into somewhere”
in Chinese (Traditional) (車輛)駛進,駛向…
in Chinese (Simplified) (车辆)驶进,驶向…
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