Phrasal Verb: Pull in

Phrasal Verb: Pull in


Meaning: When a train arrives at a station

Example: The train PULLED IN and we rushed to meet her as she got off.

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Phrasal Verb: Pull in


Meaning: Attract

Example: Their last tour PULLED IN millions of fans.

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Phrasal Verb: Pull in


Meaning: Stop a car by the side of the road

Example: I PULLED IN to let the passengers out.

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Phrasal Verb: Pull in


Meaning: Areest or take someone to a police station for questioning

Example: The police PULLED them IN after the trouble.

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