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pull over

Definition of pull over in English:

(Of a vehicle) move to the side of or off the road: I decided to pull over on to the hard shoulder
More example sentences
  • Edward stopped the car on a deserted stretch of road, pulling over to the side.
  • I got so scared at one stage I had to pull over on the open road and do deep breaths and wait for my hands to shake a little less.
  • Unable to drive properly while laughing, Derek pulled over to the side of the road to settle down.
Synonyms
stop, halt, come to a stop/halt, pull in, pull off the road, draw in, park, arrive, draw up
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