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Noun: pull-in  pûl in
Usage: Brit
  1. A roadside cafe especially for lorry drivers
    - pull-up [Brit]
Verb: pull in
  1. Direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes
    "The ad pulled in many potential customers";
    - attract, pull, draw, draw in
  2. Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages
    "He pulls in $5,000 each month";
    - gain, take in, clear, make, earn, realize, realise [Brit], bring in
  3. Of trains; move into (a station)
    - get in, move in, draw in
  4. Get or bring together
    - collect

Derived forms: pull-ins, pulls in, pulling in, pulled in

Type of: accumulate, acquire, amass, arrive, cafe, café, coffee bar, coffee shop, coffeehouse, collect, come, compile, draw, get, hoard, pile up, pull, roll up

Antonym: pull out