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Detailed Synonyms for pull back in Englisch

pull back:

to pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)

  1. to pull back
    to withdraw; to retrieve; to resign; to resign from; to retire; to pull back; to abdicate; to secede from; to fetch back
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retrieve Verb (retrieves, retrieved, retrieving)
    • resign Verb (resigns, resigned, resigning)
    • resign from Verb (resigns from, resigned from, resigning from)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
    • abdicate Verb (abdicates, abdicated, abdicating)
    • secede from Verb (secedes from, seceded from, seceding from)
    • fetch back Verb (fetches back, fetched back, fetching back)
  2. to pull back
    to withdraw; to pull back; to draw back; step back; to stand back
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
    • draw back Verb (draws back, drew back, drawing back)
    • step back Verb
    • stand back Verb (stands back, stood back, standing back)
  3. to pull back
    – make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity 1
    to withdraw; to retreat; to back out; crawfish; to pull back; pull in one's horns; back away; crawfish out
    – make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity 1
  4. to pull back
    – stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow) 1
    to draw; to pull back
    – stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow) 1
    • draw Verb (draws, drew, drawing)
      • The archers were drawing their bows1
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
  5. to pull back
    – move to a rearward position; pull towards the back 1
    to pull back
    – move to a rearward position; pull towards the back 1
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
  6. to pull back
    – use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ) 1
    to retract; to pull back; to draw back
    – use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ) 1
    • retract Verb (retracts, retracted, retracting)
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
    • draw back Verb (draws back, drew back, drawing back)
  7. to pull back
    – pull back or move away or backward 1
    to withdraw; to retreat; to retire; to pull back; to draw back; recede; move back; pull away
    – pull back or move away or backward 1

Konjugationen für pull back:

present
  1. pull back
  2. pull back
  3. pulls back
  4. pull back
  5. pull back
  6. pull back
simple past
  1. pulled back
  2. pulled back
  3. pulled back
  4. pulled back
  5. pulled back
  6. pulled back
present perfect
  1. have pulled back
  2. have pulled back
  3. has pulled back
  4. have pulled back
  5. have pulled back
  6. have pulled back
past continuous
  1. was pulling back
  2. were pulling back
  3. was pulling back
  4. were pulling back
  5. were pulling back
  6. were pulling back
future
  1. shall pull back
  2. will pull back
  3. will pull back
  4. shall pull back
  5. will pull back
  6. will pull back
continuous present
  1. am pulling back
  2. are pulling back
  3. is pulling back
  4. are pulling back
  5. are pulling back
  6. are pulling back
subjunctive
  1. be pulled back
  2. be pulled back
  3. be pulled back
  4. be pulled back
  5. be pulled back
  6. be pulled back
diverse
  1. pull back!
  2. let's pull back!
  3. pulled back
  4. pulling back
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Alternate Synonyms for "pull back":


Verwandte Definitionen für "pull back":

  1. make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity1
  2. stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow)1
  3. move to a rearward position; pull towards the back1
  4. use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ)1
  5. pull back or move away or backward1

Related Synonyms for pull back