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    pull in vs pull up

    The police car drove into the car park and ____ sharply.
    A.Pulled in B.pulled up
    I don't know what to choose because both phrases mean "stop" (a vehicle stops).
    Please help me to work out the answer

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    Re: pull in vs pull up

    We 'pull in' to a parking place, so if the police car had already entered a car park I would say it 'pulled up'.

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