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  • v. 拉;拖;牵;拔;吸引
  • n. 拉;拉力;引力;划船;影响力
puller pulled pulled pulling pulls



v. (动词)
  1. 吸引,有吸引力
  2. 拉,拖,牵,拽,扯
  3. 招徕
  4. 大口喝
  5. 揪下
  6. 拉开,拉过来,(被)拉动,能被拉
  7. 获得
  8. 做成
  9. 性交
  10. 逮捕
  11. 划动,划(船),被划
  12. 深吸
  13. 移开,移动,搬走
  14. 采,摘,拔
  15. 拉伤,扭伤
  16. 拔出(凶器)
  17. <英>(从桶中)汲取
  18. <美口>干(勾当)
  19. 犯(罪)
  20. 控(马)慢跑,勒(马)
  21. 行驶
  22. 扯破,扯开
  23. 拔(去毛)
n. (名词)
  1. 引力,吸引力
  2. 拉力
  3. 魅力
  4. 拉,拖,牵引
  5. 影响力
  6. 一口
  7. 有利条件
  8. 费力的前进
  9. 把柄,把手
  10. 门路
  11. 逮捕
  12. 【骨牌】抓牌
  13. 扣板机
  14. 脉幅调制,脉冲幅度调制


v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 拉; 抛; 扯; 拔 move sth especially towards oneself by using force
  2. vt. & vi. 拉过来,拉动; 抽出,拔 use force on (sth), especially with the hands, in order to move it towards oneself or in the direction of the force
  3. vt. & vi. 划(船) row boat
  4. vt. 赢得,招来,吸引 win, gain, or attract
n. (名词)
  1. [C]拖,拉,拔 (an act of) pulling
  2. [S]爬,攀登 a difficult steep climb
  3. [S]影响力,吸引力 special influence


  1. the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you;

    "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"
    "his strenuous pulling strained his back"

  2. the force used in pulling;

    "the pull of the moon"
    "the pull of the current"

  3. special advantage or influence;

    "the chairman's nephew has a lot of pull"

  4. a device used for pulling something;

    "he grabbed the pull and opened the drawer"

  5. a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments;

    "the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"
    "he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"

  6. a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke);

    "he took a puff on his pipe"
    "he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly"

  7. a sustained effort;

    "it was a long pull but we made it"

  1. cause to move by pulling;

    "draw a wagon"
    "pull a sled"

  2. direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes;

    "Her good looks attract the stares of many men"
    "The ad pulled in many potential customers"
    "This pianist pulls huge crowds"
    "The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"

  3. move into a certain direction;

    "the car pulls to the right"

  4. apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion;

    "Pull the rope"
    "Pull the handle towards you"
    "pull the string gently"
    "pull the trigger of the gun"
    "pull your knees towards your chin"

  5. perform an act, usually with a negative connotation;

    "perpetrate a crime"
    "pull a bank robbery"

  6. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover;

    "draw a weapon"
    "pull out a gun"
    "The mugger pulled a knife on his victim"

  7. steer into a certain direction;

    "pull one's horse to a stand"
    "Pull the car over"

  8. strain abnormally;

    "I pulled a muscle in my leg when I jumped up"
    "The athlete pulled a tendon in the competition"

  9. cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense;

    "A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter"

  10. operate when rowing a boat;

    "pull the oars"

  11. rein in to keep from winning a race;

    "pull a horse"

  12. tear or be torn violently;

    "The curtain ripped from top to bottom"
    "pull the cooked chicken into strips"

  13. hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing;

    "pull the ball"

  14. strip of feathers;

    "pull a chicken"
    "pluck the capon"

  15. remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense;

    "pull weeds"
    "extract a bad tooth"
    "take out a splinter"
    "extract information from the telegram"

  16. take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for;

    "We all rooted for the home team"
    "I'm pulling for the underdog"
    "Are you siding with the defender of the title?"

  17. take away;

    "pull the old soup cans from the supermarket shelf"



用作动词 (v.)
  1. The tractor pulls well.
  2. Don't pull my hair!
  3. Do not pull the chairs about, boys!
  4. They call it zugunruhe , the pull of the soul to a far-off place.
  5. Frog may be called even louder than cattle, but they can not pull plows in the fields, it will not pull in the wineshop grinding, they are also unable to do anything leather shoes.
  6. He will give me a shot and pull out my tooth.
  7. The football match pulled in great crowds.
用作名词 (n.)
  1. A pull on the rope will make the bell ring.
  2. I felt a pull at my sleeve and turned round.
  3. The tides depend on the pull of the moon.
  4. Some advertisements have no pull at all.
  5. Let's have a pull after dinner.
  6. He has a lot of pull with the managing director.


用作动词 (v.)
pull about (v.+adv.)
    把…拖来拖去; 粗暴〔笨拙〕地对待(某人或某物) take hold of (sb/sth); handle sb/sth roughly or clumsily
    pull sb/sth about

    Their new puppy has been pulling the toy about.


    The baby doesn't like it when people start pulling him about.


pull apart (v.+adv.)
    对某人的想法、计划或工作批评得体无完肤,百般挑剔 criticize sb or find serious faults in an idea, plan, piece of work, etc.
    pull apart

    This toy is made to pull apart.


    These pieces of ice don't pull apart easily.


    pull sb/sth apart

    I helped her pull the two fighting boys apart .


    The table is so made that you can easily pull it apart.


    We pulled the wrapping paper apart to see what was in the parcel.


    As the curtains were pulled apart, we saw the actors on the stage.


    pull sb/sth apart

    He pulled my argument apart and made me feel very stupid.


pull at (v.+prep.)
    抽(烟斗、香烟等) draw tobacco smoke from a pipe, cigarette, etc., into one's mouth
pull away (v.+adv.)
    (尤指车辆)开始移动 start to move
    pull away

    The taxi had pulled away before I could signal to the driver.


    As the car pulled away,the woman in the wheelchair waved and clutched the lilacs to her heart.


pull away from (v.+adv.+prep.)
    越来越领先于(某人或某物) get further ahead of sb/sth
    pull away from sth

    She was an extremely intelligent child, and soon pulled away from the rest of the class.


pull back (v.+adv.)
    (使)(某人,尤指一组士兵)撤出阵地 (cause sb) withdraw from a position
    pull back

    The platoon pulled back to safety.


pull down (v.+adv.)
    使虚弱; 拖垮 make sb feel weak and depressed
pull in (v.+adv.)
    〈非正〉节省,节省开支 pull tight one's belt; spend less money
    pull in

    The train pulled in exactly on time.


    The express from Beijing pulled in on time.


    pull in

    He pulls in quite a lot as a milkman.


    pull sth ⇔ in

    He pulls in a lot of overtime pay each month.


    pull in sb/sth

    The Beatles always pulled in enormous crowds.


    The film pulled in large audience when it was shown in the city.


    pull in sb

    The police have pulled in a half dozen people whom they suspect.


    Two strangers loitering near the army barracks were pulled in on suspicion.


    pull in

    You will have to pull in if you want to escape bankruptcy.


    pull in one's belt

    In those days of hardship, they managed to survive only by pulling in their belts.


pull into (v.+prep.)
    (尤指即将停下来的车辆司机将把车停下)开向路边,开进 move to or towards one side; move into
    pull into sth

    The lorry driver pulled into the side of the road and got out for a cup of tea.


pull off (v.+adv.)
    胜利完成,执行(某事,尤指困难的或不同寻常的任务) complete or perform sth successfully
pull on1 (v.+adv.)
    穿上; 戴上 wear in
    pull sth ⇔ on

    She pulled on her hat and coat.


    It's so cold outside that she had to pull on her gloves.


    He pulled on his heavy coat and went out.


    His clothes seemed to be just pulled on to keep him covered,like a blanket to keep one warm.


pull on2 (v.+prep.)
    揭露(某人的)秘密活动 expose (sb's) secret behaviour
    pull rank on sb

    The captain was much hated because he was always pulling rank on his men.


    pull the plug on sb

    The press pulled the plug on the Liberal candidate, and he lost the election.


pull oneself together
    控制自己(的感情等) get control of oneself, one's feelings, etc.
pull out (v.+adv.)
    (使)离开 leave or make sb leave a place or situation where there is trouble
    pull out

    The driver of the car pulled out from behind the lorry.


    pull out of sth

    When all passengers were on board, the train pulled out of the station.


    pull out of sth

    The invading troops are pulling out of the occupied area under international supervision.


    pull out

    The drawer won't pull out.


    pull sth ⇔ out

    Vargas pulled out his gun.


    He pulled out the pistol and aimed at the enemy officer.


    pull out

    She's been very depressed recently, but I'm sure she'll soon pull out of it.


    pull out

    The foreign firm decided to pull out because of strikes.


    pull sth ⇔ out

    We must pull our company out of the financial crisis as soon as possible.


    pull out of sth

    I don't think they are going to pull out of the deal at the last minute.


pull over (v.+adv.)
    靠向路边 drive to the side of the road
    pull over

    The bus pulled over and picked up some passengers.


    pull sth ⇔ over

    Pull your car over and let the visitors pass!


    The policeman signalled the driver to pull over his car so that he could check his license.


    When the police car came rushing down the street, all the cars pulled over to let it pass.


pull round (v.+adv.)
    (使)(某人)恢复健康; (使)脱离险境 (cause to) recover from illness, weakness, a faint
    pull round

    It was quite some time before the firm pulled round after the economic crisis.


    pull sb ⇔ round

    You need a long rest to pull you round after that operation.


    The doctor's meticulous treatment soon pulled him round.


pull through1 (v.+adv.)
    〈非正〉恢复健康; 精神状况转好,情绪转好 recover (from an illness or trouble)
    pull through

    Her family wondered if she could pull through after the operation.


    He'll soon pull through in the hospital.


    pull sb/sth ⇔ through

    It was doctor Lin that pulled my sick child through.


    He succeeded in pulling through the difficulty.


    He pulled through his illness after the doctor had almost given him up.


    We must pull the business through.


    The new manager introduced some drastic measures to try to pull the business through.


pull through2 (v.+prep.)
    〈非正〉使健康; 使转好 make to recover; help to recover or improve
    pull sb through sth

    It was a miracle that they were able to pull her through the operation.


    A generous loan from the bank pulled him through the business trouble.


    The new manager of our company has pulled us through lots of difficulties.


pull together (v.+adv.)
    (使)齐心协力 (cause to) work in harmony; get on together
    pull together

    We must pull together for mutual interest.


    pull sth ⇔ together

    After studying the lessons drawn from previous failures, the coach pulled his team together for the forthcoming tournament.


    Let's pull together for the early realization of the four modernizations.


pull up (v.+adv.)
    把…拉过〔起〕来 get sth upwards
    pull up

    The driver pulled up at the gate of our school.


    pull sb/sth ⇔ up

    If you drive too fast, the police will pull you up.


    The police pulled up the motorist and asked to see his licence.


    You must learn how to pull up your horse when he is going too fast.


    A schoolboy was pulled up, because he rode his bike too fast in the crowded street.


    pull sb ⇔ up

    Jim talked rudely to Mother and Father pulled him up.


    She was pulled up by the teacher for running down the corridor.


    pull up

    He's pulled up from the seventh to the second place.


    She's going to pull up alongside us.


    pull sb/sth ⇔ up

    You'll have to pull your English up for the interview.


    If you study hard, you'll soon pull up your French.


    pull sth ⇔ up

    The pupils are pulling up the weeds.


    pull sth ⇔ up

    I pulled up a chair and sat down to read the newspaper.


    Please pull up a chair and join the conversation.


用作名词 (n.)
pull on
    对…有吸引力 special influence for sb


用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 介词+~


  • With a..strong pull, round goes the wheel.

    出自: J. Gilmour
  • He..was pulling on his stockings.

    出自: D. H. Lawrence
  • He pulled his hat down a little more over his eyes.

    出自: J. Steinbeck
  • I can remember..pulling a wooden engine along the sands.

    出自: Day Lewis
  • He was so large that it took two slaves to pull him out.

    出自: G. Vidal
  • He grabbed my wrist and pulled me round to face him.

    出自: P. Mortimer
  • He was roused from..bed by Ellie pulling his hair.

    出自: R. Hill
  • Eugene gently pulled the Spaniard's arm, and pointed to the cliffs.

    出自: E. Welty
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