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pull angļu valodā:

1. draw up draw up


He had a solicitor draw up his will.
draw up (= prepare and write) a proposal and present it to the client
Government, companies, and even sometimes individuals, have to draw up budges in order to estimate their future income and expenses.
I need to draw up a new offer.
The European Commission and the Member States must draw up an action plan to this end.
Our lawyers are going to draw up a new contract tomorrow.
i draw up my shirt becouse it is to long
You should draw up an apology letter.

Angļu vārds "pull"(draw up) notiek komplektos:

phrasal verbs: do, draw, fall, put

2. tug tug


He felt a tug of jealousy.
She tugged at his sleeve to get his attention.
When stay-at-home parents gather at the school gate to collect their little ones and your daughter sees them go on for tea at each other’s homes, such a request as Emily’s tugs at the heart strings
All you need to do is tug the strip as shown below.
Tom tugged at his mother's arm.
I can take a fellow's head clean off with just a little tug.
I would tug it like Reksio would tug ham.
Parliamentary activity has become a political tug of war between the ruling and opposition parties over the issue.

3. to draw or move from a place or into a particular position



4. pull


After it rains and the ground is damp, it's easier to pull weeds.
Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.
Don't pull.
The operation was really touch and go there for awhile but the doctor thinks he'll pull through.
If we all pull together we should be able to get the country out of the mess it's in.
Traditionally on April 1st, people pull pranks on each other.
If I get a good mark, I can pull off an A in biology.
Since the favorite and his rival were running against each other a dark horse like him was able to pull out in front.
From time to time, a proposal to pull down a much-loved old building to make room for a new block of flats, raises a storm of angry protest.
Look, if push comes to shove I have no doubt she'll pull rank on you to get her way.
About the wedding ... It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be the main attraction, so instead of doing it on a shoestring, why not pull out all the stops and make a great show of it?
How did you pull off that agreement?
leaning back against the pull; the pull of the moon; the pull of the current
He looks like James Dean, no wonder he pulls all the ladies.

Angļu vārds "pull"(pull) notiek komplektos:

101 - 200 verbos

5. push


Stop pushing me!
I had to push my bicycle because I had a flat tire.
The new ambassador will push for a cease-fire to stop the killing.
Look, if push comes to shove I have no doubt she'll pull rank on you to get her way.
I wouldn't push him too far. You don't know what he might do. I'd say you can't be too careful. They say even a doomed mouse will bite a cat if he has no choice.
Who are the idiots who said that teachers should push for larger amounts of homework, seeing as the students don't work enough?
Local officials are twisting arms to push new development projects.
In order to gain media recognition, sometimes AIDS patients have to push themselves into the public eye.
The convenience store was overflowing with girls, I didn't have the urge to push my way through them and went home as I was.
The soldiers in the outposts are continually on the look-out, ready to push back enemy attacks.
l'm gonna push you underwater with my jowls.
He pushed his daughter to achieve greater success.
Let's try to move this wardrobe - you push and I'll pull.
The last-minute push helped them reach a resolution
My grandma is pushing seventy six.