How to Conjugate Pull Through
- Infinitive: Pull Through
- Present Tense: Pull Through/ Pulls Through
- -ing Form: Pulling Through
- Past Tense: Pulled Through
- Past Participle: Pulled Through
Definitions of Pull Through:
1. To recover from an injury or illness.
Examples: We’re all praying that Jacob pulls through his knee surgery okay, and will be playing again soon.
She banged her head pretty hard. I hope she pulls through okay.
2. To continue past a difficult situation or challenge.
Examples: I know money is tight right now, but we’ll pull through just fine. Don’t worry.
Keep pulling through Eugene! You can do it!
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