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(depart)arrancarthe train pulled out of the station — el tren salió de la estación
1.2(enter traffic)he pulled out right in front of me — se me metió justo delante
- the car pulled out from a side road — el coche salió de una calle lateral
1.3(come out)(supplement/section) separarse
1.5(withdraw)(troops/partner) retirarse(troops/partner) irseif they pull out of the negotiations — si se retiran de las negociaciones
- we're not going to pull out of the deal — no nos vamos a echar atrás
1.6(recover)recuperarseto pull out of the recession — salir de / superar la recesión
2.1(extract, remove)(plug/nail/tooth) sacar(weeds) arrancarhe pulled out his wallet — sacó la cartera
2.3(withdraw)(troops/team) retirarhe had orders to pull out the embassy staff — tenía órdenes de sacar al personal de la embajada del país
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