pull into

pull (one) into (some place or thing)

1. Literally, to drag one roughly or forcibly into some place or thing. I grabbed my brother's arm and pulled him into the other room to tell him the news in private. A rope from the sinking boat caught around my ankle and dragged me into the water.
2. To involve one in something, especially that which unpleasant or undesirable. Ugh, why are you always pulling me into your petty drama?
See also: place, pull

pull in(to) (some place)

To drive up to and park at some location. Let me pull into a gas station and I'll call you back. The train didn't pull in until nearly 11 PM due to all the delays.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

pull someone or something into something

 and pull someone or something in
to haul or drag someone or something into something or some place. She pulled him into the room and closed the door. Lisa pulled in her friend and closed the door.
See also: pull

pull someone into something

 and pull someone in
Fig. to get someone involved in something. Please don't pull me into this argument. Don't pull in anyone else.
See also: pull
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Helo drivers should be aware of this potential problem before attempting to land on the lee side of a mountain and ending up with a tailwind instead of a head wind while trying to pull into a hover.