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Definition of "pull in" [pull in]

  • To pull something, so that comes inside. (verb)
  • To arrest. (verb)
  • To approach a station. (verb)
  • To tighten a sail by pulling on a rope. (verb)

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Use "pull in" in a sentence
  • "Nasha told me, on a slow night, she can pull in anywhere from seven hundred to maybe a grand."
  • "But then the Nasat saw one of the other runners rise up alongside the missile and pull in closer."
  • "Two seconds later a blacked-out Ford Focus pulled out a parking spot in front of a corner store and passed by me to pull in front of the building."
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