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to pull something

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  • pull something to pieces — 1 don t pull my radio to pieces.: See pull something apart. 2 they pulled the plan to pieces: CRITICIZE, attack, censure, condemn, find fault with, pillory, maul …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something out of the bag — to suddenly do something which solves a problem or improves a bad situation. They re really going to have to pull something out of the bag tonight if they want to qualify for the championship …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull something through (something) — pull (someone/something) through (something) to help someone or something through a difficult experience. She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull something out (of something) — ˌpull sb/sth ˈout (of sth) derived to make sb/sth move away from sth or stop being involved in it Syn: ↑withdraw • They are pulling their troops out of the war zone. related noun ↑pull out Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something back — ˌpull ˈback | ˌpull sthˈback derived (sport) to improve a team s position in a game • Rangers pulled back to 4–3. • They pulled back a goal just before half time. Main entry: ↑pull …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something over — ˌpull sb/sthˈover derived (of the police) to make a driver or vehicle move to the side of the road Main entry: ↑pullderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something in — ˌpull sthˈin/ˈdown derived (informal) to earn the large amount of money mentioned Syn: ↑make • I reckon she s pulling in over $100 000. Main entry: ↑pull …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something rabbit out of the hat — pull sth/a ˌrabbit out of the ˈhat idiom (informal) to suddenly produce sth as a solution to a problem Main entry: ↑pullidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something off — tv. to make something happen. □ I didn’t think he could pull it off. CD It takes a lot of skill to pull off something like that …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • pull something off — ACHIEVE, fulfil, succeed in, accomplish, bring off, carry off, perform, discharge, complete, clinch, fix, effect, engineer. → pull * * * informal succeed in achieving or winning something difficult he pulled off a brilliant first round win * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something to pieces — pick/pull (someone/something) to pieces to criticize someone or something very severely, often in a way that is not fair. It s discouraging because every time I show him a bit of work I ve done he picks it to pieces …   New idioms dictionary

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