pull\ out

pull\ out
v. phr.
1. To withdraw; leave unceremoniously.

The defeated army hastily pulled out of the occupied territories.

2. To leave (said about trains).

The train pulled out of Grand Central Station just as the foreign students got there.

3. To remove by order; evacuate.

Napoleon pulled his beaten troops out of Russia.


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