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Definitions of "Pull up" (Slang)


1. Pull up (Verb)


Definition

To rewind or replay a specific part of a song or sound during a DJ's performance, often in response to crowd demand or to emphasize a favorite section


Example Sentences

Patois: Di crowd shout "pull up" when di DJ drop di big tune
English: The crowd shouts "pull up" when the DJ plays the big tune


Related Words

Hot Steppa , Infahmah , Shot a buss , Gallis ,



posted by anonymous on August 16, 2023


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Other Definitions of "Pull up"

2. Pull up (Verb)


Definition

To rewind or replay a song during a performance or DJ set


Example Sentences

Patois: Di DJ pull up di tune 'cause wi love it so much
English: The DJ rewinds the song because we love it so much


Related Words

Hot Steppa , Infahmah , Shot a buss , Gallis ,



posted by anonymous on July 10, 2023


3. Pull up


English Translation

Start over / Rewind


Definition

To replay a song, or start over from the beginning


Example Sentences

Patois: Pull up! Dah tune yah bad,
English: Start it over! This song is lit


Related Words

Hot Steppa , Infahmah , Shot a buss , Gallis ,



posted by anonymous on March 14, 2017



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