The Most Underrated, Yet Quite Useful The "Pull-Up" English Phrasal Verb!

Updated: May 24



Learn Pull Up English Phrasal Verb

Learn the most underrated, yet quite useful "pull-up" English phrasal verb in 5 simple steps.


Mostly, it has been used for downloading or retrieving the data from the website or the server or to take something upward direction (towards the sky), or in the context where you will have to show somebody in front of someone or to stop something suddenly as per the context of the sentence structure.


We can understand, you are a little bit confused that how you are going to remember all of these uses of the "pull-up" phrasal verb? But, you know what this is the funny side of the English language where you will have to learn various meanings of one phrasal verb or a word.


That is why English is a funny language for good learners not for procrastinators. So, without any further due, let's get started!


Pull-up Meaning & Examples

Pull up

  • Meaning: Take upward or Lift upwards or vertically

  • Example:

  • Pull up the knob to increase the water level.

  • I pulled up the gear to cross the bridge as soon as possible.


Pull up

  • Meaning: Pull forward or Come forward with something

  • Example:

  • You want to contribute something then pull up some cash and make some donations.

  • Pull up the chair and have a seat.

Pull up

  • Meaning: Get or Download or Retrieve

  • Example:

  • Could you pull up that portal to upload the information?

  • How could anyone pull up the data from the highly secured site?


Pull up

  • Meaning: Drive close towards something

  • Example:

  • Make sure you will pull up the car very carefully in that parking area.


Pull Up

  • Meaning: Halt or stop

  • Examples:

  • You should pull up when I say something.

  • Pull up yourself while the higher commands arrived.


 

Expressions:


  • Will you pull up the chair to join the discussion?

  • How could he pull up the conversation in the middle of a session?

  • Don't you pull up the car very close to the railings?

  • Do you want to dig in? Pull up a chair now!

  • Why don't you pull up the data from the site?

  • If you pull up the switch, it will start the fan immediately.

  • Pull the knob now!

  • Could you pull up the meeting now?

  • If it is possible will you pull up the family quarrel for some time?

  • Pull up the car slowly and steadily without touching the side walls.

Learning the English phrasal verb "Pull-Up" in a very different way will help you to remember it forever without any hustle. Let's learn more like that to become fluent in spoken English in no time. So, Stay Tuned..!


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