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pullover

noun pull·over \ ˈpu̇l-ˌō-vər \
Updated on: 18 Nov 2017

Definition of pullover

: a pullover garment (such as a sweater)

Examples of pullover in a Sentence

  1. She was wearing a light pullover.

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First Known Use of pullover

1899


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pullover

adjective

Definition of pullover

: put on by being pulled over the head

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First Known Use of pullover

1907


pull over

verb

Definition of pull over

intransitive verb
: to steer one's vehicle to the side of the road
transitive verb
: to cause to pull over
  • pulled him over for speeding

Recent Examples of pull over from the Web

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First Known Use of pull over

1930


PULLOVER Defined for English Language Learners

pullover

noun

Definition of pullover for English Language Learners

  • : a piece of clothing (such as a sweater) that is put on by pulling it over your head


PULLOVER Defined for Kids

pullover

noun pull·over \ ˈpu̇l-ˌō-vər \

Definition of pullover for Students

: a garment (as a sweater) that is put on by being pulled over the head


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