One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘comedies continued to pull in the biggest audiences’
attract, draw, pull, bring in, lure, charm, engage, enchant, captivate, bewitch, seduce, catch the eye of, entice, tempt, beckon, interest, fascinate
2‘the police pulled him in for questioning’
arrest, apprehend, detain, take into custody, take prisoner, seize, capture, catch, take in
collar, nab, nick, pinch, pick up, run in, bust, nail, do, feel someone's collar
3‘the company has pulled in £70m from disposals’
earn, be paid, make, get, bring in, rake in, clear, collect, net, gross, pocket, take home
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