pull\ up

pull\ up
1. II
pull up in some manner they quickly pulled up olid быстро подъехали или остановились; the car pulled up sharp машина резко затормозила
2. III
pull up smth. /smth. up/
1) pull up a chair and we'll talk it over подвиньте поближе ваш стул /садитесь поближе/, и мы обсудим это; pull up one's car (one's horse, etc.) подъехать и остановить машину и т.д.; pull up the boat вытаскивать лодку на берег
2) pull up weeds (wild flowers, all the crab-grass, etc.) вырывать сорняки с корнем /выдергивать сорняки/ и т.д.
3. XI
be pulled up by smb. he was pulled up by the chairman его осадил председатель, председатель сделал ему замечание
4. XVI
1) pull up in front of (at, etc.) with. the car (the train, the driver, etc.) pulled up in front of the house (at the gate, at the station, at the next village, etc.) автомобиль и т.д. остановился перед домом и т.д. /подъехал к дому и т.д./
2) pull up with smb., smth. their favourite soon pulled up with the other horses их фаворит скоро поравнялся с остальными лошадьми; we pulled up with their car мы поравнялись с их автомобилем
pull oneself up he was about to let out the secret but he pulled himself up он чуть было не выдал секрета, но сдержался
6. XXI1
1) pull up smth. /smth. up/ in smth. pull up a muscle in one's neck (a ligament ill one's leg, etc.) растянуть связки на шее и т.д.
2) pull up smb. /smb. up/ for smth. pull up a pupil for his errors (smb. for misbehaviour, etc.) отчитывать ученика /делать выговор ученику/ за ошибки и т.д.
pull up smb. /smb. up/ for doing smth. pull the boy up for breaking a rule сделать мальчику выговор за нарушение правил
8. XXV
pull up when... the driver pulled up when the traffic lights changed водитель остановился у светофора
pull up smb. /smb. up/ if... (when..., etc.) pull me up if (when)I go on too long остановите меня, если (когда) я буду слишком долго говорить

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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