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  1. pull out

    • ph.
      (of a vehicle) move out from the side of the road, or from its normal position in order to overtake;(of a bus or train) leave with its passengers
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    • 1. (of a vehicle) move out from the side of the road, or from its normal position in order to overtake
    • 2. (of a bus or train) leave with its passengers
    • 3. withdraw from an undertaking
    • 4. retreat from an area
    • 5. cause to retreat from an area
    • adj.
      (of a section of a magazine, newspaper, or other publication) designed to be detached and kept: the figures are presented in a pull-out annual report
    • n.
      a pull-out section of a magazine or newspaper: don't miss Monday's 8-page Games pull-out

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    • ph.
      make a very great effort to achieve something

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    • ph.
      make a very great effort to achieve something

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    • ph.
      succeed in doing something unexpectedly or by making a great effort

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    • ph.
      abruptly withdraw support from (someone)

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    • ph.
      abruptly withdraw support from (someone)

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    • ph.
      abruptly withdraw support from (someone)

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    • ph.
      abruptly withdraw support from (someone)

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    • ph.
      (of a vehicle or its driver) move out from the side of the road, or from its normal position in ...

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