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pull-off

Syllabification: pull-off
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͝olôf
 
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Definition of pull-off in English:

noun

An area on the side of a road where a motorist may park, typically in a scenic area.
Example sentences
  • Coordinate with the National Park Service regarding a possible pedestrian footbridge over the canal as part of a new pull-off/scenic view area on Canal Road.
  • Along this section is a scenic pull-off that's perfect for snapshots.
  • Travelling north you will very likely stop to look at the seals at Ohau Point where there is a pull-off area of tar seal on your right just past Half Moon Bay.

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