Detailed Translations for pull from English to Spanish


to pull verb (pulls, pulled, pulling)

  1. to pull (tug)
    – apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion 1
  2. to pull (masturbate)
  3. to pull (drag along; draw; haul; lug)
  4. to pull (drag; haul)
  5. to pull
    – To deliver data to a client only upon client request. 2
    el extraer

Conjugations for pull:

  1. pull
  2. pull
  3. pulls
  4. pull
  5. pull
  6. pull
simple past
  1. pulled
  2. pulled
  3. pulled
  4. pulled
  5. pulled
  6. pulled
present perfect
  1. have pulled
  2. have pulled
  3. has pulled
  4. have pulled
  5. have pulled
  6. have pulled
past continuous
  1. was pulling
  2. were pulling
  3. was pulling
  4. were pulling
  5. were pulling
  6. were pulling
  1. shall pull
  2. will pull
  3. will pull
  4. shall pull
  5. will pull
  6. will pull
continuous present
  1. am pulling
  2. are pulling
  3. is pulling
  4. are pulling
  5. are pulling
  6. are pulling
  1. be pulled
  2. be pulled
  3. be pulled
  4. be pulled
  5. be pulled
  6. be pulled
  1. pull!
  2. let's pull!
  3. pulled
  4. pulling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

pull [the ~] noun

  1. the pull
    el tirón; el estirón; el estirajón
  2. the pull
    el tirón; el estirón
  3. the pull (drag; puff)
    la calada; la chupada
  4. the pull
    – The process of retrieving data from a network server. 2

Translation Matrix for pull:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atraer enticing; luring; tempting
calada drag; puff; pull
chupada drag; puff; pull piping; sucking
estirajón pull
estirón pull
extraer pull draining
tirón pull pocket-picking
- clout; drag; puff; pulling; twist; wrench
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acarrear drag along; draw; haul; lug; pull
arrastrar drag; drag along; draw; haul; lug; pull; tug bring up; drag; get through; haul; lug away; pull up; raise; tow; trail
atraer drag; haul; pull; tug draw; draw new members; entice; lure; pull towards oneself; recruit
extraer pull alter; change; conceptualise; conceptualize; create; derive; design; draw; excerpt; extract; gain; get undone; interchange; invent; make; pull out; switch; tap; transform; unpick; untie; vary
hacerse una paja masturbate; pull
- attract; commit; deplumate; deplume; displume; draw; draw in; draw out; extract; force; get out; overstretch; perpetrate; pluck; pull in; pull out; pull up; rend; rip; rive; root for; take out; tear
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- boating trip; proof sheet; pulled proof; row

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Related Definitions for "pull":

  1. the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you1
    • the pull up the hill had him breathing harder1
  2. a sustained effort1
    • it was a long pull but we made it1
  3. a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke)1
  4. a device used for pulling something1
    • he grabbed the pull and opened the drawer1
  5. special advantage or influence1
    • the chairman's nephew has a lot of pull1
  6. the force used in pulling1
    • the pull of the moon1
    • the pull of the current1
  7. a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments1
    • he was sidelined with a hamstring pull1
  8. strain abnormally1
    • I pulled a muscle in my leg when I jumped up1
    • The athlete pulled a tendon in the competition1
  9. take away1
    • pull the old soup cans from the supermarket shelf1
  10. take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for1
    • I'm pulling for the underdog1
  11. remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense1
    • pull weeds1
  12. strip of feathers1
    • pull a chicken1
  13. hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing1
    • pull the ball1
  14. cause to move by pulling1
    • pull a sled1
  15. direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes1
    • The ad pulled in many potential customers1
    • This pianist pulls huge crowds1
  16. tear or be torn violently1
    • pull the cooked chicken into strips1
  17. apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion1
    • pull the string gently1
    • pull the trigger of the gun1
    • pull your knees towards your chin1
  18. rein in to keep from winning a race1
    • pull a horse1
  19. operate when rowing a boat1
    • pull the oars1
  20. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover1
    • The mugger pulled a knife on his victim1
  21. steer into a certain direction1
    • pull one's horse to a stand1
  22. move into a certain direction1
    • the car pulls to the right1
  23. cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense1
    • A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter1
  24. perform an act, usually with a negative connotation1
    • pull a bank robbery1
  25. The process of retrieving data from a network server.2
  26. To deliver data to a client only upon client request.2

Wiktionary Translations for pull:

  1. apply force to (something) so it comes towards one
  2. apply force such that an object comes toward the person or thing applying the force

Cross Translation:
pull tirar trekken — op een voorwerp een kracht uitoefenen in een richting die ervan wegvoert
pull apretar; tirar de anziehen — den Zug erhöhen, etwas straff machen
pull reñir; pelear; pelearse raufen — aus der Erde nehmen, reißen
pull tirar reißentransitiv: sehr ruckhaft und heftig an etwas ziehen
pull tirar ziehen — mit Anwendung von Kraft auf sich zu bewegen
pull arrastrar zurren(transitiv), mundartlich, umgangssprachlich: Synonym für „zerren“, „ziehen“
pull entrenar entraînertraîner avec soi, après soi.
pull retirar; recuperar; arrancar retirertirer à nouveau.
pull tirar tirer — Mouvoir derrière soi
pull remolcar; arrastrar; atoar; ratrar trainertirer après soi.
pull arrastrar; atoar traînertirer après soi.

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