pull through
تلفظ آنلاین

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در تنگنا کمک یافتن ، در سختی بکسی کمک کردن ، در وضع خطرناکی انجام وظیفه کردن
pull through
[verb]
Synonyms: survive, get better, rally, recover

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

pull (somebody) through phrasal verb (see also pull)

1. to stay alive after you have been very ill or badly injured, or to help someone do this:
His injuries are severe but he’s expected to pull through.bring (somebody) through at bring

2. to succeed in doing something very difficult, or to help someone to do this:
He relied on his experience to pull him through.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pull something through
pull (someone/something) through (something)
to help someone or something through a difficult experience.
She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pull something through something
pull (someone/something) through (something)
to help someone or something through a difficult experience.
She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pull through
pull (someone/something) through (something)
to help someone or something through a difficult experience.
She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pull through something
pull (someone/something) through (something)
to help someone or something through a difficult experience.
She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

pull through (something)
to experience difficulties and continue to live or succeed.
I didn't think he'd survive, but he somehow pulled through.

Those flowers can pull through a mild winter.

We hope our experience will encourage them to pull through hard times.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pull through
to recover from a serious illness or misfortune
The car accident was very bad and I do not think that the driver will pull through.

It looked like my uncle was going to die from cancer but he pulled through and is now doing very well.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pull through
v.
1. To help through; bring safely through a difficulty or sudden trouble; save.
A generous loan showed the bank's faith in Father and pulled him through the business trouble.
2. To recover from an illness or misfortune; conquer a disaster; escape death or failure.
By a near-miracle, he pulled through after the smashup.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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