Pull meaning in Hindi

Pull is a english word.

Pull Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • pull = खींचना

    • Usage: He pulled the rope of well to lift up the bucket.
    • Usage: He pulled back her hand when a thorn pierced her fingers.
  • pull = उखाडना

    • Usage: Don't pull the plug out.
    • Usage: After his father's death he started working in the local pub pulling punts.
  • pull = आकर्षित करना

    • Usage: The contenstant paid oen thousand Rupees to a person who pulled in forty voters in his favour.
  • pull = आगे बढना

    • Usage: The old machine pulled hard when it was operated after a time gap of one month.
  • pull = गैर कानूनी कार्य करना

    • Usage: Ram was pulling some sort of work.
  • pull = खिंचाई

    • Usage: A pull of the chain will stop the train.
  • pull = दबाव

    • Usage: Sensitiveness can not tolerate the pulls.
  • pull = प्रभाव

    • Usage: I need not to use your pull to get this job.
  • pull = कश

    • Usage: The magician took a long pull and finished the cigarette.
  • pull = घ्zऊट

    • Usage: The man took a small pull of wine in the party.
  • pull = लंबी चडाई

    • Usage: Mountaineers have to take several long pulls to reach their destination.
  • pull = हत्थी

    • Usage: The door pull was got strucked by rust.

Pull Meaning in Detail

  • pull (noun) = the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you

    Synonyms: pull, pulling

    • Usage: the pull up the hill had him breathing harder
    • Usage: his strenuous pulling strained his back
  • pull (noun) = the force used in pulling

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: the pull of the moon
    • Usage: the pull of the current
  • pull (noun) = special advantage or influence

    Synonyms: pull, clout

    • Usage: the chairman's nephew has a lot of pull
  • pull (noun) = a device used for pulling something

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: he grabbed the pull and opened the drawer
  • pull (noun) = a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments

    Synonyms: wrench, twist, pull

    • Usage: the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell
    • Usage: he was sidelined with a hamstring pull
  • pull (noun) = a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke)

    Synonyms: puff, drag, pull

    • Usage: he took a puff on his pipe
    • Usage: he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly
  • pull (noun) = a sustained effort

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: it was a long pull but we made it
  • pull (verb) = cause to move by pulling

    Synonyms: pull, draw, force

    • Usage: draw a wagon
    • Usage: pull a sled
  • pull (verb) = direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes

    Synonyms: attract, pull, pull_in, draw, draw_in

    • Usage: Her good looks attract the stares of many men
    • Usage: The ad pulled in many potential customers
    • Usage: This pianist pulls huge crowds
    • Usage: The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers
  • pull (verb) = move into a certain direction

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: the car pulls to the right
  • pull (verb) = apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: Pull the rope
    • Usage: Pull the handle towards you
    • Usage: pull the string gently
    • Usage: pull the trigger of the gun
    • Usage: pull your knees towards your chin
  • pull (verb) = perform an act, usually with a negative connotation

    Synonyms: perpetrate, commit, pull

    • Usage: perpetrate a crime
    • Usage: pull a bank robbery
  • pull (verb) = bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover

    Synonyms: draw, pull, pull_out, get_out, take_out

    • Usage: draw a weapon
    • Usage: pull out a gun
    • Usage: The mugger pulled a knife on his victim
  • pull (verb) = steer into a certain direction

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: pull one's horse to a stand
    • Usage: Pull the car over
  • pull (verb) = strain abnormally

    Synonyms: pull, overstretch

    • Usage: I pulled a muscle in my leg when I jumped up
    • Usage: The athlete pulled a tendon in the competition
  • pull (verb) = cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense

    Synonyms: pull, draw

    • Usage: A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter
  • pull (verb) = operate when rowing a boat

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: pull the oars
  • pull (verb) = rein in to keep from winning a race

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: pull a horse
  • pull (verb) = tear or be torn violently

    Synonyms: rend, rip, rive, pull

    • Usage: The curtain ripped from top to bottom
    • Usage: pull the cooked chicken into strips
  • pull (verb) = hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: pull the ball
  • pull (verb) = strip of feathers

    Synonyms: pluck, pull, tear, deplume, deplumate, displume

    • Usage: pull a chicken
    • Usage: pluck the capon
  • pull (verb) = remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense

    Synonyms: extract, pull_out, pull, pull_up, take_out, draw_out

    • Usage: pull weeds
    • Usage: extract a bad tooth
    • Usage: take out a splinter
    • Usage: extract information from the telegram
  • pull (verb) = take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for

    Synonyms: pull, root_for

    • Usage: We all rooted for the home team
    • Usage: I'm pulling for the underdog
    • Usage: Are you siding with the defender of the title?
  • pull (verb) = take away

    Synonyms: pull

    • Usage: pull the old soup cans from the supermarket shelf
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