Translation for 'to pull over' from English to Greek
to pull over σταματάω το όχημα εκτός δρόμου
over {adv}από πάνω
over {adv}εκεί πέρα
over there {adv}εκεί πέρα
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Usage Examples English
  • It may also be used to provide specific directions to motorists, such as a command to pull over.
  • Some fans believed that the Technical Committee was a show from Kashani to pull over Daei, and select his "beloved friend" Estili.
  • If there is no line, a car must stay on the appropriate side and watch for cars coming in the opposite direction and prepare to pull over to let them pass.
  • After driving off with his lawyer, they drive past the newly repaired street lamp where Santa tells the lawyer to pull over.
  • Marshrutkas can be hailed anywhere along their route, though they do have specific stops and riders can exit at any point if the driver is willing to pull over.

  • One night when Terry was drinking with friends she instructed the cab to pull over so she could throw up.
  • However, when the vehicle - a white Toyota 4WD with a green canopy - drew alongside, the driver gestured excitedly at them to pull over.
  • She is in the middle of an emotional conversation with Sandy, who tells her to pull over, when she drops her phone on the center console.
  • Convoys were started so that multiple trucks could run together at a high speed with the rationale being that if they passed a speed trap the police would only be able to pull over one of the trucks in the convoy.
  • After requiring them to pull over, the police officers then conducted a search of the vehicle.

  • Rachel then suddenly asks the driver to pull over: she walks to a bunch of balloons attached to a fence, takes a purple one, and slowly lets go of it, watching it rise toward the sky.
  • As a result, some motorists are unable to fully exit the mainline when they need to pull over, so they end up in a position that is halfway in the rightmost lane and only partly on the shoulder.
  • , but is generally not enforceable as there is nowhere for police to pull over speeders because of the absence of shoulders.
  • The historical use of this hood light dates from the time when a "side stop" patrol stop would be initiated by pulling up next to an offender and the Trooper would motion them to pull over in daylight; at night the hood light was illuminated displaying the words "State Police" and "STOP" (MSP no longer use the "side stop").
  • Areas with sheer cliffs would be most hazardous, with only few places for drivers to pull over to allow others to proceed in the opposite direction; for £5, any "public-spirited citizen" could request that a crossover be cut into the road.

  • These huskies were later able to pull [...] over [...] in three and a half hours.
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