Phrasal Verbs with PULL

pull down
to make someone feel unhappy
The loss really pulled the team down.

pull off
to succeed in doing something that is difficult
They pulled off a surprise win in the quarter-final.

pull out
to decide not to do or be involved in something
They are trying to pull out of the agreement.

pull over
to move a vehicle to the side of the road and stop
He pulled over and looked at the map.

pull through
to survive a serious illness, injury, operation, etc.
His injuries are severe but the doctors think he will pull through.