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pull in

Translation of pull in in Spanish:

  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (draw in)
    pull your stomach in!
    ¡mete or entra esa panza! [colloquial]
    1.2 (rein in)
    1.3 (attract)
    this show pulls in large audiences
    este espectáculo atrae or (in Mexico also) jala mucho público
    we've been pulling in the orders
    hemos conseguido muchos pedidos
    1.4 (earn) [colloquial] 1.5 (arrest) [colloquial]
  • 2verb + adverb 2.1 (arrive)
    (train/bus) (a la estación, terminal etc)
    2.2 (move over)
    2.3 (stop)
    (British English) (car/truck)
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