PULL ON THE ROAD On the road: 'He sped up to go around Mrs. Jessup, and then he tried to pull in front of her to cut her off.' what is "pull" means? Thank you!
Sep 26, 2012 2:14 PM
Answers · 2
It's "pull in front of" that you should be looking at. We do use phrasal verbs with "pull" to describe driving. Pull over (...to the side of the road) Pull up (drive up and stop) Pull out (...of the driveway) Pull away (leave) Pull in (...to the driveway) Pull around (turn 180 degrees)
September 26, 2012
It means basically "to drive his car in front of hers."
September 26, 2012
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