Pull out

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Phrasal verb: Pull out

Spanish translation: 1. salirse, retirarse, 2. recuperarse, salvarse

Definition: 1. To pull out of something is to decide to take a step back, withdraw, or from some kind of agreement, 2. it can also mean to recover from a situation.

Used in sentences:

1. The other company pulled out of the merger.

2. Thankfully, the country was able to pull out of the recession.

3. We managed to pull out from this decision.

Related words or phrases: step back, withdraw, resign, leave, quit, get out / avoid

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