Pronunciation of Pull  


English Meaning

To draw, or attempt to draw, toward one; to draw forcibly.

  1. To apply force to so as to cause or tend to cause motion toward the source of the force.
  2. To remove from a fixed position; extract: The dentist pulled the tooth.
  3. To tug at; jerk or tweak.
  4. To rip or tear; rend.
  5. To stretch (taffy, for example) repeatedly.
  6. To strain (a muscle, for example) injuriously.
  7. Informal To attract; draw: a performer who pulls large crowds.
  8. Slang To draw out (a weapon) in readiness for use: pull a gun; pulled a knife on me.
  9. Informal To remove: pulled the engine; pulled the tainted meat product from the stores.
  10. Sports To hit (a ball) so that it moves in the direction away from the dominant hand of the player propelling it, as to the left of a right-handed player.
  11. Nautical To operate (an oar) in rowing.
  12. Nautical To transport or propel by rowing.
  13. Nautical To be rowed by: That boat pulls six oars.
  14. To rein in (a horse) to keep it from winning a race.
  15. Printing To produce (a print or an impression) from type.
  16. To exert force in moving something toward the source of the force.
  17. To drink or inhale deeply: pulled on the cold beer with gusto; pull on a cigarette.
  18. Nautical To row a boat.
  19. Informal To express or feel great sympathy or empathy: We're pulling for our new president.
  20. The act or process of pulling.
  21. Force exerted in pulling or required to overcome resistance in pulling.
  22. A sustained effort: a long pull across the mountains.
  23. Something, such as a knob on a drawer, that is used for pulling.
  24. A deep inhalation or draft, as on a cigarette or of a beverage.
  25. Slang A means of gaining special advantage; influence: The lobbyist has pull with the senator.
  26. Informal Ability to draw or attract; appeal: a star with pull at the box office.
  27. pull ahead To move ahead, as in a race.
  28. pull away To move away or backward; withdraw: The limousine pulled away from the curb.
  29. pull away To move ahead: The horse pulled away and took the lead in the race.
  30. pull back To withdraw or retreat.
  31. pull down To demolish; destroy: pull down an old office building.
  32. pull down To reduce to a lower level.
  33. pull down To depress, as in spirits or health.
  34. pull down Informal To draw (money) as wages: pulls down a hefty salary.
  35. pull in To arrive at a destination: We pulled in at midnight.
  36. pull in To rein in; restrain.
  37. pull in To arrest (a criminal suspect, for example).
  38. pull off Informal To perform in spite of difficulties or obstacles; bring off: pulled off a last-minute victory.
  39. pull out To leave or depart: The train pulls out at noon.
  40. pull out To withdraw, as from a situation or commitment: After the crash, many Wall Street investors pulled out.
  41. pull over To bring a vehicle to a stop at a curb or at the side of a road: We pulled over to watch the sunset.
  42. pull over To instruct or force (a motorist) to bring his or her vehicle to a stop at a curb or at the side of a road: The state trooper pulled the speeding motorist over.
  43. pull round To restore or be restored to sound health.
  44. pull through To come or bring successfully through trouble or illness.
  45. pull up To bring or come to a halt.
  46. pull up To move to a position or place ahead, as in a race.
  47. pull a fast one Informal To play a trick or perpetrate a fraud.
  48. pull (oneself) together To regain one's composure.
  49. pull (one's) punches To refrain from deploying all the resources or force at one's disposal: didn't pull any punches during the negotiations.
  50. pull (one's) weight To do one's own share, as of work.
  51. pull out all the stops Informal To deploy all the resources or force at one's disposal: The Inaugural Committee pulled out all the stops when arranging the ceremonies.
  52. pull (someone's) leg To play a joke on; tease or deceive.
  53. pull something To carry out a deception or swindle.
  54. strings Informal To exert secret control or influence in order to gain an end.
  55. pull the plug on Slang To stop supporting or bring to an end: pulled the plug on the new art courses.
  56. pull the rug (out) from under Informal To remove all support and assistance from, usually suddenly.
  57. pull the string Baseball To throw an off-speed pitch.
  58. pull the wool over (someone's) eyes To deceive; hoodwink.
  59. pull together To make a joint effort.
  60. pull up stakes To clear out; leave: She pulled up stakes in New England and moved to the desert.

Malayalam Meaning

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× സ്വാധീനം - Svaadheenam | swadheenam
× അന്യായ പ്രവൃത്തിയിലൂടെ ആനുകൂല്യം നേടുക - Anyaaya Pravruththiyiloode Aanukoolyam Neduka | Anyaya Pravruthiyiloode anukoolyam Neduka
× ആനുകൂല്യം - Aanukoolyam | anukoolyam
× രാഷ്‌ട്രീയസ്വാധീനം - Raashdreeyasvaadheenam | Rashdreeyaswadheenam
× പ്രഭാവം - Prabhaavam | Prabhavam
× ആകര്‍ഷിക്കുക - Aakar‍shikkuka | akar‍shikkuka
× തൂക്കായ കയറ്റം - Thookkaaya Kayattam | Thookkaya Kayattam
× കൊളുത്ത്‌ - Koluththu | Koluthu
× വേറൊരു പ്രോഗ്രാമില്‍ നിന്നോ കംപ്യൂട്ടറില്‍ നിന്നോ വിവരങ്ങള്‍ക്കായി അപേക്ഷിക്കുക - Veroru Prograamil‍ Ninno Kampyoottaril‍ Ninno Vivarangal‍kkaayi Apekshikkuka | Veroru Programil‍ Ninno Kampyoottaril‍ Ninno Vivarangal‍kkayi Apekshikkuka
× തുഴയുക - Thuzhayuka
× വലി - Vali
× അടിച്ചമര്‍ത്തല്‍ - Adichamar‍ththal‍ | Adichamar‍thal‍
× ആരോഹണം - Aarohanam | arohanam
× വാളും മറ്റും ഊരുക - Vaalum Mattum Ooruka | Valum Mattum Ooruka
× വലിവ് - Valivu


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Ezekiel 17:9

"Say, "Thus says the Lord GOD: "Will it thrive? Will he not pull up its roots, Cut off its fruit, And leave it to wither? All of its spring leaves will wither, And no great power or many people Will be needed to pluck it up by its roots.

ഇതു സാധിക്കുമോ? അതു വാടിപ്പോകത്തക്കവണ്ണം, അതിന്റെ തളിർത്ത ഇലകളൊക്കെയും വാടിപ്പോകത്തക്കവണ്ണം തന്നേ, അവൻ അതിന്റെ വേരുകളെ മാന്തുകയും കായി പറിച്ചുകളകയും ചെയ്കില്ലയോ? അതിനെ വേരോടെ പിഴുതുകളയേണ്ടതിന്നു വലിയ ബലമോ വളരെ ജനമോ ആവശ്യമില്ല.

2 Samuel 17:13

Moreover, if he has withdrawn into a city, then all Israel shall bring ropes to that city; and we will pull it into the river, until there is not one small stone found there."

അവൻ ഒരു പട്ടണത്തിൽ കടന്നുകൂടി എങ്കിലോ യിസ്രായേലെല്ലാം ആ പട്ടണത്തിന്നു കയറുകെട്ടി അവിടെ ഒരു ചെറിയ കല്ലുപോലും കാണാതാകുംവരെ അതിനെ നദിയിൽ വലിച്ചിട്ടുകളയും.

Luke 12:18

So he said, "I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build greater, and there I will store all my crops and my goods.

പിന്നെ അവൻ പറഞ്ഞതു: ഞാൻ ഇതു ചെയ്യും; എന്റെ കളപ്പുരകളെ പൊളിച്ചു അധികം വലിയവ പണിതു എന്റെ വിളവും വസ്തുവകയും എല്ലാം അതിൽ കൂട്ടിവേക്കും.


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