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Here is the list of idioms with the keyword Pull.
In the following sentences the idioms are colored blue and their meanings are given in the bracket.
• Unless we pull together, we can not succeed. (Co-operate)
• My cousin pulled through the examinations. (Passed with difficulty)
• The doctors said that the patient would pull through. (Recover from illness)
• It is far easier to pull down than to build up. (Demolish)