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  • 1 Pull Down — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pull Down Información personal Origen Erechim, Brasil …

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  • 2 pull-down — ˈpull down adjective [only before a noun] COMPUTING a pull down menu (= list of things on a computer screen which you can ask the computer to do ) appears on your computer screen when you press the right hand button of the mouse; =drop down …

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  • 3 pull down — ˈpull down noun [countable] COMPUTING a list of possible choices that appears on your computer screen when you press the right hand button of the mouse; = drop down …

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  • 4 pull down — [v] destroy; knock over annihilate, bulldoze, decimate, demolish, destruct, dismantle, let down, lower, raze, remove, ruin, take down, tear down, wreck; concept 252 Ant. build, construct …

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  • 5 pull|down — «PUL DOWN», adjective. that can be pulled down or lowered: »pulldown table legs …

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  • 6 pull down — ► pull down demolish (a building). Main Entry: ↑pull …

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  • 7 pull down — index derogate, subvert Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 8 pull down — verb 1. tear down so as to make flat with the ground (Freq. 2) The building was levelled • Syn: ↑level, ↑raze, ↑rase, ↑dismantle, ↑tear down, ↑take down …

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  • 9 Pull-down — Der Begriff Pulldown bezeichnet im User Interface Design eine spezielle Art von Menü, siehe Pull down Menü in der Elektrotechnik einen (relativ hochohmigen) elektrischen Widerstand, der eine Signalleitung mit dem niedrigeren Spannungs Potenzial… …

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  • 10 pull down — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms pull down : present tense I/you/we/they pull down he/she/it pulls down present participle pulling down past tense pulled down past participle pulled down 1) to destroy a building, especially because it is very …

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  • 11 pull-down — /pool down /, adj. designed to be pulled down for use: a pull down bed; a desk with a pull down front. [1905 10; adj. use of v. phrase pull down] * * * …

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  • 12 pull down — v. (D; tr.) to pull down over (she pulled her hat down over her eyes) * * * [ pʊl daʊn] (D; tr.) to pull down over (she pull downed her hat down over her eyes) …

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  • 13 pull down — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. raze, wreck, remove; see destroy 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible: demolish, destroy, dismantle, dynamite, knock down, . level, pulverize, raze, tear down …

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  • 14 pull down — PHRASAL VERB To pull down a building or statue means to deliberately destroy it. [V n P] They d pulled the registry office down which then left an open space... [V P n (not pron)] A small crowd attempted to pull down a statue. Syn: demolish …

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  • 15 pull-down — ¦ ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: pull down, verb : being or appearing below a selected item (as an icon) in a window overlaying the original screen on a computer display a pull down menu …

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  • 16 pull-down — adjective Date: 1984 being or appearing below a selected item (as an icon) in a window overlaying the original view on a computer display < a pull down menu > …

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  • 17 pull down — phr verb Pull down is used with these nouns as the object: ↑blind, ↑building, ↑collar, ↑dress, ↑hat, ↑knickers, ↑panties, ↑pants, ↑shutter, ↑skirt, ↑trousers, ↑ …

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  • 18 pull-down — adj. Pull down is used with these nouns: ↑menu …

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  • 19 pull down — Synonyms and related words: accept, acquire, admit, annihilate, assume, bag, be paid, be remunerated, be salaried, be seized of, bear down, beat down, blow down, blow over, bowl down, bowl over, break down, bring down, bring low, bulldog,… …

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  • 20 pull down — {v.}, {informal} 1. To catch (a ball) after a hard run. * /The outfielder pulled down a long drive to center field./ 2. To earn. * /Mr. Blake pulls down $500 a week./ * /John pulled down an A in algebra by studying hard./ Compare: HAUL DOWN …

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