Definition of pull out phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Phrasal Verbs
 (of a vehicle or its driver) to move away from the side of the road, etc. A car suddenly pulled out in front of me. See related entries: Driving

    pull out (of something)

     
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  1. 1  (of a train) to leave a station See related entries: Train and bus travel
  2. 2  to move away from something or stop being involved in it synonym withdraw The project became so expensive that we had to pull out. See related entries: Business deals

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pull somebody out of something

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pull something out of something

 
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 to make somebody/something move away from something or stop being involved in it synonym withdraw They are pulling their troops out of the war zone. related noun pull-out
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: pull out