pull out a...stop

pull out a...stop
pull out a…stop
To emphasize a (specified) emotional element in a situation
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Main Entry:stop

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  • pull to a stop — pull to a stop/halt/ phrase to stop moving The car pulled to a stop and a woman got out. Thesaurus: to stop movingsynonym Main entry: pull …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull out — [v] quit abandon, depart, evacuate, exit, get off, go, leave, retire, retreat, shove off, stop, stop participating, take off, withdraw; concepts 119,121,195 Ant. continue, persevere, start …   New thesaurus

  • pull out of something — ˌpull ˈout (of sth) derived 1. (of a train) to leave a station 2. to move away from sth or stop being involved in it Syn: ↑withdraw • The project became so expensive that we had to pull out …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull out of something — pull out (of (something)) to stop being involved in something. She s considering a run for governor if Mr. Lamb pulls out of the race …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull out of — pull out (of (something)) to stop being involved in something. She s considering a run for governor if Mr. Lamb pulls out of the race …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull out — (of (something)) to stop being involved in something. She s considering a run for governor if Mr. Lamb pulls out of the race …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull out all the stops — ► pull out all the stops make a very great effort to achieve something. [ORIGIN: with reference to the stops of an organ.] Main Entry: ↑stop …   English terms dictionary

  • pull out all the stops — verb use all resources available The organizers pulled out all the stops for the centennial meeting • Hypernyms: ↑use, ↑utilize, ↑utilise, ↑apply, ↑employ • Verb Frames: Somebody s …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull out — phrasal verb Word forms pull out : present tense I/you/we/they pull out he/she/it pulls out present participle pulling out past tense pulled out past participle pulled out 1) [intransitive] to stop being involved in an activity, event, or… …   English dictionary

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