What Does PULL Mean in a Text?

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The Quick Answer

PULL means "To Attract Someone."

More Observations...

The word pull is widely used as a slang term to refer to the act of attracting a person. For example:
  • I'm going on the PULL tonight?
  • How did you PULL Sam? He's way out of your league!
  • I can't make it this weekend. I PULLED last night and have made other plans.

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When I write PULL, I mean this:

meaning of PULL

"To attract someone"

Summary of Key Points

"To attract someone" is, by far, the most common meaning for PULL when it is used in a text. (Bear in mind that it could have another meaning if used in a different context.)
Definition:To attract someone
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:guessability level 2
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:typical user

Adults and Teenagers

Example of PULL Used in a Text

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