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pull-out British & World English

(Of a section of a magazine, newspaper, or other publication) designed to be detached and kept

pull out in pull British & World English

Withdraw from an undertaking

pull out British & World English

Withdraw from an undertaking

get one's finger out in finger British & World English

Cease prevaricating and start to act

pull out all the stops in stop British & World English

Make a very great effort to achieve something

pull out all the stops British & World English

Make a very great effort to achieve something

pull a rabbit out of the hat in rabbit British & World English

Do something unexpected but ingeniously effective in response to a problem

pull a rabbit out of the hat British & World English

Do something unexpected but ingeniously effective in response to a problem

get one's finger out British & World English

Cease prevaricating and start to act

pull someone's chestnuts out of the fire in chestnut British & World English

Succeed in a hazardous undertaking for someone else’s benefit

pull someone's chestnuts out of the fire British & World English

Succeed in a hazardous undertaking for someone else’s benefit

pull-out English-Spanish

retirada f

pull out English-Spanish

arrancar*

pull-out supplement in pull-out English-Spanish

suplemento m, separata f

to pull sth out of the hat in hat English-Spanish

sacarse* algo de la manga

to pull out all the stops in stop English-Spanish

tocar* todos los registros, hacer* uso de todos los recursos posibles

to pull o get one's finger out in finger English-Spanish

(d)espabilarse familiar/colloquial

her gut reaction was to pull out in reaction English-Spanish

su reacción instintiva fue echarse atrás

if they pull out of the negotiations in pull English-Spanish

si se retiran de las negociaciones, si abandonan las negociaciones

if they pull out of the negotiations in pull out English-Spanish

si se retiran de las negociaciones, si abandonan las negociaciones

he had orders to pull out the embassy staff in pull English-Spanish

tenía órdenes de sacar al personal de la embajada del país

he had orders to pull out the embassy staff in pull out English-Spanish

tenía órdenes de sacar al personal de la embajada del país

to pull the carpet o rug (out) from under sb o sb's feet in pull English-Spanish

fastidiarle los planes a algn, moverle* el tapete a algn, (a)serrucharle el piso a algn CSfamiliar/colloquial

I was wedged in between two cars and I couldn't pull out in wedge English-Spanish

estaba atascado entre dos coches y no podía salir

I was wedged in between two cars and I couldn't pull out in wedge in English-Spanish

estaba atascado entre dos coches y no podía salir