tug [sth] vtr (pull) tirar⇒ vtr
estirar⇒ vtr The boat was tugging a dinghy.
tug n (a pull) tirón nm
estirón nm Glenn gave the rope a tug and the bell rang.
tug at [sth] vi + prep (yank or pull on [sth]) tirar de vi + prep
Emily tugged at the door, but it wouldn't open.
Additional Translations tug n (tugboat) (barco) remolcador nm
A tug was crossing the river.
tug on [sth] vi + prep (pull on [sth]) tirar de vi + prep
Tom pulled on the rope and the load began to rise in the air.