Meaning of pull through in English:

pull through

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Translate pull through into Spanish

phrasal verb

  • Get through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation.

    ‘the illness is difficult to overcome, but we hope she'll pull through’
    • ‘He lived with me in the first year and pulled me through all the difficult moments.’
    • ‘I only hoped it would be enough to pull me through this situation.’
    • ‘If you find yourself in a position where you hope for luck to pull you through, you're in serious trouble.’
    • ‘It gave them something sure to hold on to, to pull them through all the danger and hardship.’
    • ‘If you don't let them know that there's hope, they won't pull it through.’
    get better, get well again, improve, recover, rally, survive, come through, recuperate
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