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pull [ pul] vt.拉,拖;拉,拉力

pull to pieces 把…撕成碎片

pull down 拆毁,拉倒;使降低

pull in (车)进站;(船)到岸

pull into 进入;到达

pull off 脱(帽等);努力实现

pull on 穿上;继续拉(或划)

pull out 拔出,抽出,挖出

pull through 使渡过(危险等)

pull up (使)停下;拔起(树等)

pull out of the fire 使转败为胜

pull down 拆毁,拉倒; 拉下,降低

pull in (车)停下,进站,(船)到岸

pull off 脱(帽、衣等)

pull on 穿、戴

pull out 拔出,抽出,取出;(车、船等)驶出;(车辆) 减速

pull up (使)停下

pull down
拆毁,拉倒; 拉下,降低

pull in
(车)停下,进站,(船)到岸

pull off
脱(帽、衣等)

pull on
穿、戴

pull out
拔出,抽出,取出;(车、船等)驶出;(车辆) 减速

pull up
(使)停下

pull [pul] v. 拉,拖 n. 拉力,引力

反败为胜 "bring about a complete turnabout, pull out of the fire"

幕后操纵 pull strings behind the scenes; wire-pulling

Pull-out table 伸缩餐具

Entrance 入口
Exit 出口
Push 推
Pull

pull a long face 拉长脸不悦

pull a long oar 独自去作

pull no punches 不客气,动真格的

pull off 成功;完成

pull one's leg 开某人的玩笑

pull oneself together 恢复镇定

pull through 克服困难;恢复健康

stop pulling my leg 不要开玩笑了

she pulls out 她退出了

pull strategy for control of distribution channels 分销渠道控制的拉式战略

pull-in time 回场时间

demand-pull inflation 由需求引起的通货膨胀

theory of demand-pull inflation 需求拉动通货膨胀理论

Don't pull the chairs about,boys!
不要把椅子拖来拖去,孩子们!

Pull yourself together.
加把劲吧。

He pulled into the small parking lot.
他把车开进了一个小停车场。

The London train pulled into the branch line station.
这列伦敦火车缓缓驶进了支线车站。

Let's pull into this roadside restaurant for something to eat.
咱们把车开到这家路边餐馆弄点吃的东西吧。

The bus pulled into the opening at the side of the road to let the cars pass.
公交车开到路边的空地上,让那些小汽车通过。

The queen rode in a decorated carriage pulled by four white horses.
女王乘坐了一辆由四匹白马拉着的华丽马车。

Pull this handle towards you to set the machine in motion.
拉动这个手柄就可以使机器运转起来。

Pull this handle towards you to set the machine in motion.
拉动把手,启动机器。

Don't pull the chairs about, boys! 不要把椅子拖来拖去,孩子们!

Don't pull my hair!
别扯我的头发!

Some advertisements have no pull at all.
有些广告毫无吸引力。

打起精神来。
Pull yourself together. *pull oneself together“打起精神,振作起来”。
Pull yourself together. (打起精神来。)
But I just made a big mistake. (可是我出了个很大的差错。)
Get a hold of yourself.

拜托!
Give me a break.
I don't know her, I promise. (我发誓我不认识她。)
Give me a break! (算了吧,别玩花样了。)
Get real. (你认真点儿。)
Tell me the truth. (告诉我实话。)
Stop joking. (别开玩笑。)
Get serious. (说正经的。)
Stop kidding! (别耍弄我。)
Stop pulling my leg! (别跟我逗!)

别捉弄人。
Stop putting us on. *put...on “骗人,欺骗”。
Stop putting us on. (别捉弄人。)
I'm not! (谁捉弄你了。)
Stop joking with us. (别跟我们开玩笑。) *joke with... “开玩笑,说俏皮话,戏弄人”。
Stop fooling us. (别捉弄人。)*fool “嘲弄”、“开玩笑”。
Stop pulling our legs. (别拿人开心。) *pull one's leg “开玩笑似地捉弄人, 捉弄”。

别逗了!
Don't pull my leg.
I won a thousand dollars! (我赢了1000美元。)
Don't pull my leg! (别逗了!)
Don't talk nonsense!
Don't talk stupid! *stupid 俚语,“傻的”、“无意义的”、“愚蠢的”。

你在骗我呢吧!
You tricked me. *trick“(采用计谋和策略)骗人,耍弄人,骗人做……”。
You tricked me. (你在骗我呢吧!)
Gimme a break. (哪有的事儿。)
You tricked me. (你在骗我呢吧!)
What are you talking about? (你说什么呢?)
You scammed me. (你骗了我。) *scam“骗,榨取”,俚语。
You pulled one over on me. *pull one over“骗,让……上当”。

振作起来!
Cheer up!
Cheer up! (振作起来!)
I'll try. (我会的。)
Come on! (打起精神来!)
Take it easy! (别那么想不开。)
Pull yourself together! (重新振作起来。)
Get a hold of yourself!
Get your shit together! *语气相当尖锐。表达类似“别那么懒懒散散的,振作精神,好好干”的感觉。

Do we really have the means to actually pull this off?
我们确实有办法把这事办成吗?

Stop pulling my leg.
不要开我玩笑了。
= Don't make fun of me.

A fool may throw a stone into a well which a hundred wise men cannot pull out.
一愚所失,百智难回。

Hares may pull dead lions by the beard.
虎落平阳被犬欺。

It is easier to pull down than build.
败事容易成事难。

Love your neighbour, yet pull not down your hedge.
爱你的左邻右舍,但不要拆去你们之间的藩篱。

Are you pulling my leg?
你在开我玩笑吗?

@@@ 走
carry away 运走
carry ... to the extreme 走向极端
frighten away 吓跑, 吓走
get around 走动; 旅行
go away 走开
go by 1.走过; (时间)逝去, 过去
2.依...做, 按...判断
go down 1.沿...走下去; 下沉
2.降低
go over 1.仔细检查; 仔细推敲
2.走过去
go straight 成为一个正派的人; 走正道
go too far 走得太远; 做得过火
I've got to go. 我得挂(电话)了. 我得走了.
move about/around 走来走去; 动来动去; 不断迁移
move away 离开; 搬走
out of tune 音调不准, 走调; 不协调
pull away (火/汽车)离站; 开走
slip off 偷偷溜走
smuggle into 走私/偷运货物进入(某国)
stray from 偏离, 走离
take away 带走; 拿走
turn back 使停止往前, 往回走
walk out 罢工; 遽然走开
withdraw from 撤回, 撤走某物; 离开某地

@@@ 片
a cloud of 一大群; 一大片
a slice of 一片
a stretch of 一大片, 一段
black and white 黑白片, 单色
break into pieces (使)成为碎片
for a moment 片刻
horror movie 恐怖片
just a minute 请等一会儿, 请稍等片刻
pull to pieces 把...撕成碎片

@@@ 车
break down 1.(汽车等)抛锚; (机器)停止运转, 发生故障
2.把...分解
burn the midnight oil 熬夜用功; 开夜车
commuter train 市郊往返列车
drive home 用车把...送到家
drop off 1.顺路捎带
2.让...下车
3.不知不觉睡着
get a lift 搭(车)
get off 1.下车
2.离开; 脱下
get out of 1.下(车、飞机等)
2.(使)逃避, 摆脱(责任等)
horse and cart 马车
parking lot 停车处
pick up 用车接(人); 捡起, 拾起
pull away (火/汽车)离站; 开走

down : 向下的位置(to or into a lower position)
cast down 扔下
cut down砍倒
get down 下来
hand down 传下来
knock down 撞倒
lay down 放下
let down 放下
pour down 倾盆而下
pull down 拉下
set down 放下
sit down 坐下
step down 走下来
throw down 扔下
turn down 拆下
take down 取下
blow down 吹倒
bring down 打倒
hang down 垂下
sink down 沉落
slip down 失足
squat down 蹲下
swallow down 吞下
stoop down 伏身
splash down 飞溅而下
touch down 降落
bend down 弯下
bow down 鞠躬
kneel down 跪下
lie down 躺下
strip down 脱下

on : 连上,固定住,(in or into a state of being connected)
act on 对…起作用
catch on 抓牢
come on 跟随
count on 依赖
draw on 带上,穿上
fasten on 纠缠,抓牢
fit on 固定
get on 接近
paste on 粘住
turn on 打开
switch on 打开
pin on 钉住
put on 穿上
try on 试穿
pull on 穿上
hang on 不挂断
build on 建立于
leave on 留住
take on 穿下
rely on 依靠
depend on 依靠

off : 去掉,断开(indicating removal or disconnection)
cut off 切断
tear off 扯掉
take off 拿走
chip off 切下
come off 脱落
cross off 除去
drop off 跌落
fall off 脱落
flick off 弹掉
peel off 剥掉
pull off 撕开
rub off 擦掉
scrape off 挂去
shave off 剃去
wash off 洗掉
shake off 抖落
throw off 扔开
rip off 扯开
turn off 关掉
strip off 脱去
switch off 关掉
take off 脱掉
shut off 关掉
wear off 磨损
go off 爆炸
break off 中断

out : 向外(away from the inside, outside)
keep out 使在外
take out 拿出
put out 放出,伸出
come out 长出,
bring out拿出
bar out关在外
breathe out 呼吸出
eat out 出去吃
get out 弄出
go out 出去
lay out 摆开,展示
lock out 关在外面
look out 向外看
move out 搬出
point out指出
pour out 诉说
pull out 拉出
ship out 运出
stick out伸出
spit out 吐出
beat out 敲出
knock out 敲出
dine out 外出吃饭
drive out 驾车外出
leak out 漏出
draw out 拉出
see out 送出门去
draw out 出站
let out 放出, 释放

pull strings运用关系 (源于"拉木偶的线")
He pulled some strings and managed to get us front row seats for the concert.
他运用关系替我们拿到音乐会前排的位子。

pull a fast one欺骗
He tried to pull a fast one on us, but we caught on before he got away with it.
他想要欺骗我们,但在他阴谋得逞之前我们就知道了。

pull a fast one欺骗
He tried to pull a fast one on us, but we caught on before he got away with it.
他想要欺骗我们,但在他阴谋得逞前我们就明白了。

pull rank摆架子
Don't try to pull rank on me. We're all equals here.
别对我摆架子,这里人人平等。

pull a long face 拉长脸不悦

pull a long oar 独自去作

pull no punches 不客气,动真格的

pull off 成功;完成

pull one's leg 开某人的玩笑

pull oneself together 恢复镇定

pull through 克服困难;恢复健康

stop pulling my leg 不要开玩笑了

"Pull your socks up."
也就是说,你们要振作起来,回到场地去加油干。

"I have bad news: our sales were off 18 % for the last quarter. So I'm telling you guys -- you have to pull your socks up and get out and sell more stuff, or you'll be looking for new jobs this summer.”
“我有个不好的消息:我们上一季度的销售量下降了18%。所以我告诉你们,你们赶快振作起来到外面去加紧推销。否则,你们今年夏天就要另外找工作了。”

pull down 拆毁

pull in (车)停下,车进站,船(到岸)

pull off 脱去,扯下;(成功地)完成

pull out 拔出,抽出,取出;(车、船)驶出;(使)摆脱困境

pull together 齐心协力,团结起来

pull up (使)停下

pull back 撤退

pull round 掉头,转向;康复

pull along 沿…拉

- pull someone's leg 开某人的玩笑
Never ever pull his leg. He is a man without a sense of humor. He takes everything seriously.

- pull strings for someone 为某人走后门,幕后操作
In the material world, money pulls the strings.

pull; turn

拔 raise; pull; pull out; pull up; unplug; pluck

拔除 pull out; remove

拆毁 demolish; pull down

扒 [bā] /climb/pull (out)/to strip/hold on to/cling to/dig up/rake/push aside/

拔 [bá] /pull up/pull out/select/promote/

拔除 [bá chú] /pull out/remove/

拔秧 [bá yāng] /pull up seedlings (for transplanting)/

扳 [bān] /to pull or draw (up or out)/

扯 [chě] /pull/tear/to talk casually/

掣 [chè] /pull/obstruct/hinder/draw/

撤出 [chè chū] /to withdraw/to leave/to retreat/to pull out/

搐 [chù] /lead/pull/

薅 [hāo] /pull out (weed)/

后撤 [hòu chè] /to pull back (an army)/to retreat/

拉 [lā] /to pull/to play (string instruments)/to drag/to draw/

拉面 [lā miàn] /pulled noodles/ramen/

撩 [liāo] /lift up (skirt)/pull up (sleeve)/

扳 [pān] /climb up/pull/

攀 [pān] /climb up/pull/

牵引 [qiān yǐn] /(v) tow; pull/

挈 [qiè] /pull out/take family along/

收缩 [shōu suō] /pull back/shrink/contract/

缩 [suō] /to withdraw/to pull back/to contract/to shrink/to reduce/

推来推去 [tuī lái tuī qù] /(idiom) to rudely push and pull others/(idiom) to evade responibility and push it to others/

挽 [wǎn] /draw/pull/send funeral ode/

挽 [wǎn] /draw/pull/send funeral ode/

揎 [xuān] /pull up sleeves/strike with fists/

揠 [yà] /eradicate/pull up/

引入 [yǐn rù] /to draw into/to pull into/

斩草除根 [zhǎn cǎo chú gēn] /(saying) to pull up by the roots; completely eliminate/

擢 [zhuó] /pull out/select/

Until recently, Internet marketing activities have focused on strategies to "pull" customers into sites.
前些年,互联网上的营销活动还集中在如何将用户“拉进”网站的策略问题上。

{adj: abject, low, low-down, miserable, scummy, scurvy} of the most contemptible kind
"abject cowardice"
"a low stunt to pull"
"a low-down sneak"
"his miserable treatment of his family"
"You miserable skunk!"
"a scummy rabble"
"a scurvy trick"

{adj: attractive, magnetic} having the properties of a magnet; the ability to draw or pull
"an attractive force"
"the knife hung on a magnetic board"
<-> repulsive

{adj: audacious, barefaced, bodacious, bald-faced, brassy, brazen, brazen-faced, insolent} unrestrained by convention or propriety
"an audacious trick to pull"
"a barefaced hypocrite"
"the most bodacious display of tourism this side of Anaheim"- Los Angeles Times
"bald-faced lies"
"brazen arrogance"
"the modern world with its quick material successes and insolent belief in the boundless possibilities of progress"- Bertrand Russell

{adj: contracted} reduced in size or pulled together
"the contracted pupils of her eyes"
<-> expanded

{adj: detached, free} not fixed in position
"the detached shutter fell on him"
"he pulled his arm free and ran"

{adj: downward} on or toward a surface regarded as a base
"he lay face downward"
"the downward pull of gravity"

{adj: drawn} having the curtains or draperies closed or pulled shut
"the drawn draperies kept direct sunlight from fading the rug"

{adj: drawn} used of vehicles pulled forward (often used in combination)
"horse-drawn vehicles"

{adj: firm, strong} strong and sure
"a firm grasp"
"gave a strong pull on the rope"

{adj: horse-drawn} pulled by a horse
"a horse-drawn carriage"

{adj: nasty, awful} offensive or even (of persons) malicious
"in a nasty mood"
"a nasty accident"
"a nasty shock"
"a nasty smell"
"a nasty trick to pull"
"Will he say nasty things at my funeral?"- Ezra Pound
<-> nice

{adj: pulled} drawn toward the source of the force
"this exercise must be done with the arms pulled back"

{adj: single-lane} (of roads) having a single lane for traffic in both directions; when vehicles meet one must pull off the road to let the other pass
<-> multilane

{adj: taut, tight} pulled or drawn tight
"taut sails"
"a tight drumhead"
"a tight rope"

{adj: tensile} of or relating to tension
"tensile stress"
"tensile pull"

{adj: torn} disrupted by the pull of contrary forces
"torn between love and hate"
"torn by conflicting loyalties"
"torn by religious dissensions"

{adj: tractive} exerting traction and serving to pull

{adj: unaccommodating, unobliging} not accommodating
"the unaccommodating bus driver pulled out while she was banging on the door"
<-> accommodating

{adj: weightless} having little or no weight or apparent gravitational pull; light
"floating freely in a weightless condition"
"a baby bat...fluffy and weightless as a moth"
"jackets made of a weightless polyester fabric"
<-> weighty

{adv: amain} with all your strength
"he pulled the ropes amain"

{n: Dunkirk} a crisis in which a desperate effort is the only alternative to defeat
"the Russians had to pull off a Dunkirk to get out of there"

{n: Leboyer method of childbirth, Leboyer method} a method of childbirth that tries to minimize the trauma for the newborn; delivery occurs in a quiet dimly lit room and the infant's head is not pulled and immediate bonding between mother and child is encouraged

{n: Russian roulette} a stunt in which you spin the cylinder of a revolver that is loaded with only one bullet and then point the muzzle at your head and pull the trigger

{n: T-bar lift, T-bar, Alpine lift} a surface lift where riders hold a bar and are pulled up the hill on their skis

{n: accretion} (astronomy) the formation of a celestial object by the effect of gravity pulling together surrounding objects and gases

{n: aquaplane} a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on it and skims over the top of the water

{n: balance} a scale for weighing; depends on pull of gravity

{n: bank} sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water)
"they pulled the canoe up on the bank"
"he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents"

{n: bellpull} a handle or cord that is pulled to ring a doorbell or a servant's bell etc.

{n: bill, peak, eyeshade, visor, vizor} a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes
"he pulled down the bill of his cap and trudged ahead"

{n: blanket, cover} bedding that keeps a person warm in bed
"he pulled the covers over his head and went to sleep"

{n: boat hook} pole-handled hook used to pull or push boats

{n: bootjack} has V-shaped notch for pulling off boots

{n: bootstrap} a strap that is looped and sewn to the top of a boot for pulling it on

{n: brougham} light carriage; pulled by a single horse

{n: buttonhook} a hook for pulling a button through a buttonhole

{n: cable railway, funicular, funicular railway} a railway up the side of a mountain pulled by a moving cable and having counterbalancing ascending and descending cars

{n: caper, job} a crime (especially a robbery)
"the gang pulled off a bank job in St. Louis"

{n: capote, hooded cloak} a long cloak with a hood that can be pulled over the head

{n: capote, hooded coat} a long overcoat with a hood that can be pulled over the head

{n: carpenter's hammer, claw hammer, clawhammer} a hammer with a cleft at one end for pulling nails

{n: carthorse, cart horse, drayhorse} draft horse kept for pulling carts

{n: cartridge extractor, cartridge remover, extractor} a mechanism in a firearm that pulls an empty shell case out of the chamber and passes it to the ejector

{n: claw hatchet} a hatchet that has a cleft for pulling nails

{n: coach, four-in-hand, coach-and-four} a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver

{n: coitus interruptus, withdrawal method, pulling out, onanism} a method of birth control in which coitus is initiated but the penis is deliberately withdrawn before ejaculation

{n: corkscrew, bottle screw} a bottle opener that pulls corks

{n: cost-pull inflation} inflation caused by an increase in the costs of production

{n: cracker, snapper, cracker bonbon} a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends

{n: crochet stitch} a stitch made by pulling a loop of thread through another loop with a crochet needle

{n: demand-pull inflation} inflation caused by an increase in demand or in the supply of money

{n: dogsled, dog sled, dog sleigh} a sled pulled by dogs

{n: draft animal} an animal used for pulling heavy loads

{n: draft, draught, drawing} the act of moving a load by drawing or pulling

{n: drag} the act of dragging (pulling with force)
"the drag up the hill exhausted him"

{n: drawbar} a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled

{n: drawstring, drawing string, string} a tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening
"he pulled the drawstring and closed the bag"

{n: driver} someone who drives animals that pull a vehicle

{n: drogue parachute} a small parachute that pulls the main parachute from its storage pack

{n: elasticity of shear} the elasticity of a body that has been pulled out of shape by a shearing force

{n: epilating wax} a mixture of resins and waxes to remove cosmetically undesirable hair; mixture is applied hot to the surface and after cooling is pulled away taking the hairs with it

{n: extirpation, excision, deracination} the act of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from existence

{n: extraction} the act of pulling out (as a tooth)
"the dentist gave her a local anesthetic prior to the extraction"

{n: face lift, facelift, lift, face lifting, cosmetic surgery, rhytidectomy, rhytidoplasty, nip and tuck} plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised
"some actresses have more than one face lift"

{n: fan belt} a belt driven by the crankshaft that drives a fan that pulls air through the radiator

{n: feather, feathering} turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls

{n: fishnet, fishing net} a net that will enclose fish when it is pulled in

{n: float} an elaborate display mounted on a platform carried by a truck (or pulled by a truck) in a procession or parade

{n: forceps delivery} delivery in which forceps are inserted through the vagina and used to grasp the head of the fetus and pull it through the birth canal; since the forceps can injure the fetus this procedure has generally given way to cesarean deliveries

{n: gather, gathering} sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching


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