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Definition of "pull-in" [pull-in]

  • A rest stop; a place at the side of a road where drivers can rest. (noun)

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Use "pull-in" in a sentence
  • "Push-out and pull-in – both end up with more people working (although not necessarily bringing in the same paycheck)."
  • "Delsees a pull-in, checks the rear, and swings over."
  • "With NC, if Obama is running within the Margin of Error, may be Edwards can pull-in 3-5 points enough to cause an upset."