Phrasal verbs pull 2 Pull down your jacket, it is cold today. It is easier to pull down than build.
She pulls down over $100.000 a year. The recession is pulling down house prices.
The train pulled in at midnight. We should pull in at the next garage to check the tires.
We hope the campaign will pull in more votes at least.
pull in informal (to earn): As a social worker, I only pull in $15,000 a year.
pull in informal (to arrest): The police also pulled him in for questioning.