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1. Pull a fast one Informal To play a trick or perpetrate a fraud.
2. Pull something To carry out a deception or swindle.
3. Pull the plug on Slang To stop supporting or bring to an end: pulled the plug on the new art courses.
4. Pull the rug (out) from under Informal To remove all support and assistance from, usually suddenly.
5. Pull the string Baseball To throw an off-speed pitch.
1. A deep inhalation or draft, as on a cigarette or of a beverage.
2. A sustained effort: a long pull across the mountains.
3. Force exerted in pulling or required to overcome resistance in pulling.
4. Informal Ability to draw or attract; appeal: a star with pull at the box office.
5. Slang A means of gaining special advantage; influence: The lobbyist has pull with the senator.
1. Pull ahead To move ahead, as in a race.
2. Pull away To move ahead: The horse pulled away and took the lead in the race.
3. Pull away To move away or backward; withdraw: The limousine pulled away from the curb.
4. Pull back To withdraw or retreat.
5. Pull down Informal To draw (money) as wages: pulls down a hefty salary.
1. To move back from the line of scrimmage and toward one flank to provide blocking for a ballcarrier.
2. To feel or express strong sympathy .
3. To admit of being .
4. To draw a gun.
5. To strain against the bit.
1. Nautical To row a boat.
2. To drink or inhale deeply: pulled on the cold beer with gusto; pull on a cigarette.
3. To exert force in moving something toward the source of the force.
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