pull down
Make someone depressed
pull out
Start moving (train)
Move into traffic
Remove soldiers from an area
pull off
Manage to do something difficult or tricky
Start moving (vehicles)
pull over
Stop by the side of the road
Make a vehicle stop
pull ahead
Overtake, move in front
pull back
Score a goal or point when losing
Move away from a place, especially when talking about soldiers
Move away from someone
Decide not to do something or not to be involved with it any longer
pull away
When a vehicle moves from a place
pull up
Slow and stop a car
Inform someone that they are wrong
pull in
When a train arrives at a station
Stop a car by the side of the road
Areest or take someone to a police station for questioning
pull apart
Destroy an argument, theory, etc
Stop people or animals fighting
Make someone unhappy or upset
pull to
Close a door or window that has been left open
pull through
Recover from and illness or problem
pull on
Put clothes on
pull for
pull together
Work together as a team
pull yourself together
Become calm or regain control of your emotions