Translation of pull out in Spanish:
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (vehicle/driver)(depart)the train pulled out of the stationel tren salió de la estación(enter traffic)he pulled out right in front of methe car pulled out from a side roadse me metió justo delante1.2 (come out)el coche salió de una calle lateral(supplement/section)1.3 (extend)separarse(table)1.4 (withdraw)alargarse(troops/partner)if they pull out of the negotiationsretirarseirsewe're not going to pull out of the dealsi se retiran de las negociacionessi abandonan las negociaciones1.5 (recover)no nos vamos a echar atrásto pull out of the recessionrecuperarsesalir de or superar la recesión
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