- pluck 勇气，精神; 内脏; 快而猛的拉; 〈俚〉不及格;
- pull out 拔出; 退出; （使）离开; （火车）驶出;
- suck out 吸出; 拔;
- pull up （使）停下（住）; 责备; （使）名次提前; 从土里拔出来;
It all started so promisingly when Speed scored a tremendous first goal.
He drew his dagger and turned to face his pursuers.
In those days, dentistry was basic. Extractions were carried out without anaesthetic.
The feather must be removed with a straight, firm pull.
Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with stuffed flounder.
He removes a thorn from a lion's paw.
I pulled a knife and threatened her.
She looked relaxed as she plucked a chicken.
I've just had a tooth out at the dentist's.
He drew his pistol and aimed at the enemy soldier.
I went to my dentist to have a tooth taken out.
He was pulling dead roots from the dusty earth.
The knife was stuck but she pulled it out with a jerk.
They had to stop to pick out thorns from their feet.
She cried out with pain when the dentist pulled her tooth out.
cannot get away
get going;take a step
pull up by the roots;eradicate
draw one's sword to give assistance;help to set right a wrong;to help another for the sake of justice
rise above the ground
purge;draw out poison
unnaturally improve the quality of an essay,etc.;unduely praise
elevation;be above the sea level
push oneself to the front