June 23, 2006

pull down

Posted in Idioms at 10:10 am by Feng

pull down — to draw money as wages [dict]

On a movie, a cop's girlfriend is a lawyer and makes good money. She wants the cop to quit his job and says: "I pull down enough for both of us".

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1 Comment »

  1. Cilly said,

    Also ‘pull in’ and ‘rake in’, the latter usually meaning lots of money.


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