tirar-pull: meaning, definitions and translations
What is tirar? tirar is pull
What is pull?
Shoot a mechanism: throw away a photo.
Shoot with a firearm: He threw in the air to intimidate the robbers.
Throwing or exploding an explosive artifice: it's not rocket-throwing, but it's not bad at all.
Reduce a metal to thread: he specializes in throwing copper until it is left in thread.
Draw lines or stripes: Pull two more lines and you'll be finished with the plane.
Waste or waste money or property, or waste anything else: he threw his entire fortune into the game.
cabbage. Eliminate or suspend a person in a test or exercise: I have approved the theorist, but I have been thrown into the practical.
In some games, throw a card or dice on a play: who threw an ace?
Print. Leave printed characters or letters on paper: throw a pamphlet.
Intr. Make strength to bring something to itself or to drag it: I always have to pull it to study.
Exercise attraction: the magnet pulls iron.
To please, to be attracted to something: it doesn't throw away reading too much.
Just a piece of clothing or a part of it: this jacket pulls me up.
Followed by the preposition of and a name of weapon or instrument, take it out or take it in your hand to use it: pull knife.
Take a certain direction: pulled left.
A person or thing is usually used in ♦: the patient is pulling.
Act as a driver: on these difficult days it's up to her to pull the family.
Tender, have a similarity or similarity, especially referring to colors: it is a toast pulling reddish.
Resemble or look like one person or thing to another: the child is just like his mother, but the girl throws more at the father.
Operate, perform, service a mechanism: the printer does not pull.
Turn on well: this firewood does not pull, it must be wet.
prnl. Pounce, rush over someone or something to attack: we were thrown a dog.