Meaning of puller in English:


Pronunciation /ˈpʊlə/


See pull

‘Also there was a trilogy of educational walking tours - a take on the cheesy Jack the Ripper-esque tourist pullers - which saw a variety of historical figures haunting the streets of Soho, Vauxhall and Brick Lane for the day.’
  • ‘These people provided an abundance of cheap labour for the growing city - porters, factory workers and rickshaw pullers; some even ended up as gangsters and prostitutes.’
  • ‘Less sporty helpers might wish to lend a hand at October's Beer Festival - volunteer pint pullers are always needed, and there's sure to be the opportunity for some tastings!’
  • ‘When, during the rally, police tried to stop rickshaws entering the centre, protesters sat down in solidarity with the pullers.’