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Translation of "tug" - English-Turkish dictionary

tug

verb [T]     /tʌɡ/ ( present participle tugging, past tense and past participle tugged)
to pull something suddenly and strongly kuvvetle asılmak, şiddetle çekmek Tom tugged at his mother's arm.Pulling
Translations of “tug”
in Arabic يَشُدّ بِشِدَّة…
in Korean 끌다…
in Malaysian menyentap…
in French tirer (sur)…
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 Spanish tirar (de), dar un estirón…
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 verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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