pull sth together

pull sth together
UK US pull sth together
Phrasal Verb with pull({{}}/pʊl/ verb [T]
INFORMAL to manage with difficulty to collect enough money, information, etc. to produce a result: »

If you can pull together sufficient funding, we are prepared to approve the project.

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They somehow managed to pull together a plan of action.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • pull — 1 /pUl/ verb 1 MOVE STH TOWARDS YOU (I, T) to use your hands to make something move towards you or in the direction that you are moving: Help me move the piano; you push and I ll pull. | pull sth: I pulled the handle and it just snapped off! |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pull — Used in the context of general equities. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: cancel. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * pull pull [pʊl] verb pull in phrasal verb [transitive] 1. pull something → in informal to earn a large amount of money …   Financial and business terms

  • pull*/*/*/ — [pʊl] verb I 1) [I/T] to move someone or something towards you using your hands Ant: push The little girl pulled gently at my sleeve.[/ex] I climbed into bed and pulled the duvet over my head.[/ex] A lifeguard had to pull her out of the… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • together — 1 adverb 1 MAKE ONE THING if you want to put two or more things together, you join them so that they form a single subject or group: Mix the butter and sugar together. | He added all the numbers together. | We stuck the pieces together again. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • together — to|geth|er1 W1S1 [təˈgeðə US ər] adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(with each other)¦ 2¦(make one thing)¦ 3¦(be a couple)¦ 4¦(in one place)¦ 5 close/packed/crowded etc together 6¦(against each other)¦ 7¦(in agreement)¦ 8¦(at the same time)¦ 9¦(combine amounts)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pull ahead (of somebody) — ˌpull aˈhead (of sb/sth) derived to move in front of sb/sth • The cyclists were together until the bend, when Tyler pulled ahead. Main entry: ↑pullderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull ahead (of something) — ˌpull aˈhead (of sb/sth) derived to move in front of sb/sth • The cyclists were together until the bend, when Tyler pulled ahead. Main entry: ↑pullderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • club together — POOL RESOURCES, join forces, team up, band together, get together, pull together, collaborate, ally; informal have a whip round. → club * * * ˌclub to ˈgether [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they club together he/she/it …   Useful english dictionary

  • string — 1 /strIN/ noun 1 THREAD (C, U) a strong thread made of several threads twisted together, used for tying or fastening things: Can you find me some string to tie up this package? | Puppets are worked by strings. | a piece of string 2 GROUP/SERIES… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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