Learn English Idioms – Get Pulled Over

MichaelADidiom-page, Idioms & Slang

To get pulled over means to be stopped by the police while driving, usually for a traffic violation.

Here are some example sentences with this English idiom:

  • Mark got pulled over last night for speeding on his way home from work.
  • Susan was driving carefully, but she still got pulled over for a broken taillight.
  • David got pulled over by a police officer who suspected he might be driving under the influence.

How about you? When was the last time you got pulled over? Leave a comment below and let us know!
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