tugged, past tense; tugs, 3rd person singular present; tugging, present participle; tugged, past participle;
Pull (something) hard or suddenly
she tugged off her boots
he tugged at Tom's coat sleeve
A hard or sudden pull
another tug and it came loose
an overwhelming tug of attraction
An aircraft towing a glider
A loop from a horse's saddle that supports a shaft or trace
a sudden abrupt pull
pull hard; "The prisoner tugged at the chains"; "This movie tugs at the heart strings"
strive and make an effort to reach a goal; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
tugboat: a powerful small boat designed to pull or push larger ships
tow (a vessel) with a tug; "The tugboat tugged the freighter into the harbor"
lug: carry with difficulty; "You'll have to lug this suitcase"
A tugboat (tug) is a boat that maneuvers vessels by pushing or towing them. Tugs move vessels that either should not move themselves, such as ships in a crowded harbor or a narrow canal, or those that cannot move themselves alone, such as barges, disabled ships, or oil platforms. ...
The Sumerian word NIN (Akkadian pronunciation: EREŠ) is the sign for "lady". NIN.DINGIR (Akkadian entu) "divine lady", "lady of [a] god" is a priestess. Many goddesses are called NIN, such as DNIN.GAL "great lady", DÉ.NIN.GAL "lady of the great temple" or DEREŠ.KI.GAL, DNIN.TI.
Tuğ (also, Tog and Togh) is a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan.
In physics, tug is sometimes used to denote the derivative of yank with respect to time or mass multiplied by jounce. In relativistic physics, it is expressed as the third derivative of momentum with respect to time, because the mass is velocity dependent. ...
(Tugging) Foreskin restoration is the process of expanding the residual skin on the penis, via surgical or non-surgical methods, to create the appearance of a natural foreskin (prepuce) covering the glans penis. ...
TUGS is a British children's television series, first broadcast in 1988. It was created by the producers of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends, Robert D. Cardona and David Mitton. ...
a sudden powerful pull; a tugboat; to pull or drag with great effort; to pull hard repeatedly; to tow by tugboat
(Tugs) British Rail Class 60; a heavy freight design with very low gearing that can haul immensely heavy trains.
A small manoeuvrable boat with powerful engines used to tow larger vessels.
Raw hide, of which in old time plough traces were frequently made.
The vehicle used to pull carts of luggage and cargo.
A craft built specifically to move other craft, generally with a powerful engine and crew accommodation but no space to carry cargo or passengers.
a strong, powerful boat used for towing other vessels.
A boat equipped with powerful engines for towing or pushing large ships or barges
A small vessel designed to tow or push large ships or barges. Tugs have powerful diesel engines and are essential to docks and ports to maneuver large ships into their berths. Pusher tugs are also used to push enormous trains of barges, e.g.: on the rivers and inland waterways of the USA. ...
Slang term for a prime mover, especially one used for local work or as ayard shunter.
“Time to get Up and Go” is a simple method to measure a patient’s ability to get up out of a chair and start to walk and is trackable over a defined time period like a hospital or nursing home stay.
The ultralight, light sport aircraft, trike; aircraft that that tows you aloft, i.e. the Moyes-Bailey Dragonfly.