out of the wheel
Explanation:To pull out something is to remove an object which is placed inside. He pulled out the sampling and placed it outside. Pull off is to do something with ease. Example: The actor pulled off the action sequence with less effort. Pull apart is to separate two people who are fighting. Pull away is to withdraw from a plan or a proposal. Hence Pull out is contextually correct.
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Briefly discuss the uses of phrasal verbs
10 phrasal verbs with meanings and sentences
After an hour, the mechanic was able to pull the tire out of the wheel. Explanation: To pull out something is to remove an object which is placed inside.
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