English version

pull the curtains/blinds

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpull the curtains/blindspull the curtains/blindsDHto open or close curtains or blinds It was already getting dark so he pulled the curtains. pull
Examples from the Corpus
pull the curtains/blindsI dragged her over to the side of the stage and began pulling the curtains.When we got to the room she went to pull the curtains.It was getting dark so he pulled the curtains and put on the overhead light.She waited until the door was closed and then crossed to the window of her suite, pulling the curtains aside.Marie pulls the curtains back and steps out.Could you pull the blinds, please?What we do is, pull the curtains shut and switch on the fire.
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