pull throughintransitive verb phrase
1. (to survive)transitive verb phrase
There was a period where the doctors weren't sure if the victim was going to pull through.Hubo tiempo durante el que los médicos no estuvieron seguros de si el víctima fuera a recuperarse.
2. (to overcome)
Our nation is still a long way from pulling through this economic crisis.Nuestra nación todavía está lejos de salir adelante y superar esta crisis económica.
pull throughintransitive verb
a. recuperarse, salir adelante
verb:intransitive:plus_adverb(from illness) reponerse; recobrar la salud; (from difficulties etc) reponerse;
to pull sb through [+crisis] sacar a algn del apuro; [+illness] ayudar a algn a reponerse
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