pull in

This page is about the phrasal verb pull in.

Meaning: If a train, a truck or a car pulls in, it arrives somewhere.

Synonym: arrive

For example:

  • pull in The train you want will be pulling in on platform 9.

  • pull in A truck pulled in to the yard and the driver jumped out.

Quick Quiz:

The train pulled in after it

a. got to full speed

b. slowed down

c. left the station

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Contributor: Matt Errey