Definitions for pull-through
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word pull-through
cleaning implement consisting of an oily rag attached by a cord to a weight; is pulled through the barrel of a rifle or handgun to clean it
survive, pull through, pull round, come through, make it(verb)
continue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)
"He survived the cancer against all odds"
save, carry through, pull through, bring through(verb)
bring into safety
"We pulled through most of the victims of the bomb attack"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The officer here is in tough shape, but we're all pulling for him, and hopefully he'll pull through, his family's with him, the clergy has been here and ... let's pray for him.
Whether you’re a coach or you’re a father or you’re a family member, anytime something like that happens, it’s very, very difficult, the one thing that gave us hope last night was that we were able to get in touch with Sted at the hospital and there was a conversation that took place. So that gave us hope that he would pull through this and this was not life-threatening.
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