Phrasal Verb: Pull out

Phrasal Verb: Pull out


Meaning: Start moving (train)

Example: The train was PULLING OUT when I got there.

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Phrasal Verb: Pull out


Meaning: Move into traffic

Example: The traffic was so bad that it took me ages to PULL OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Pull out


Meaning: Withdraw

Example: The project was going badly and they decided to PULL OUT

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Phrasal Verb: Pull out


Meaning: Remove soldiers from an area

Example: People want the government to PULL the troops OUT.

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