In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(draw in)(rope/nets) recoger(claws) retraerpull your stomach in! — ¡mete / entra esa panza! informal
1.2(rein in)(horse) sujetar
1.3(attract)(investments/customers) atraerthis show pulls in large audiences — este espectáculo jala mucho público Mexico
- we've been pulling in the orders — hemos conseguido muchos pedidos
1.5informal (arrest)(suspect) detener
2.1(arrive)(bus/train) (a la estación, terminal etc) llegar
2.2(move over)(ship/car) arrimarse
2.3British (stop)(car/truck) parar
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