pull round

verb

Definition of pull round 

intransitive verb

chiefly British : to regain one's health

transitive verb

chiefly British : to restore to good health

Examples of pull round in a Sentence

after a week without any relapses, it became clear that she would pull round eventually

First Known Use of pull round

1891, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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