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noun 
  1. a sudden powerful pull
  2. (nautical) a tugboat
verb (tugg, ing)
  1. (transitive) to pull or drag with great effort
The police officers tugged the drunkard out of the pub.
  1. (transitive) to pull hard repeatedly
He lost his patience trying to undo his shoe-lace, but tugging it made the knot even tighter.
  1. (transitive) to tow by tugboat

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