Phrasal Verb of the Day

pull in

Today: Mon, 03 Aug 2020

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Meaning:

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

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.

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Quick Quiz

The train pulled in after it

a. got to full speed

b. slowed down

c. left the station
a) got to full speed b) slowed down c) left the station