- pull the plug
- 1) expose someone's secret activities
The company decided to pull the plug on the salesman and tell everyone about his illegal sales methods.2) quit a job
He suddenly decided to pull the plug and is no longer here.
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pull the plug — Ⅰ. pull the plug (on sth) ► to bring a business project, plan, etc. to an end, especially by taking away financial support: »We lost all the shares when the company s bankers pulled the plug in February 2011. »Plans to sell its property division… … Financial and business terms
pull the plug on — pull the plug (on (something)) to stop something from continuing. The judge is threatening to pull the plug on TV coverage of the trial … New idioms dictionary
pull the plug — (on (something)) to stop something from continuing. The judge is threatening to pull the plug on TV coverage of the trial … New idioms dictionary
pull the plug — If the plug is pulled on something like a project, it is terminated prematurely, often by stopping funding … The small dictionary of idiomes
pull the plug on — ► pull the plug on informal prevent from happening or continuing. Main Entry: ↑pull … English terms dictionary
pull the plug on — (informal) To end, put a stop to • • • Main Entry: ↑plug … Useful english dictionary
Pull the Plug — is an album by the Huntingtons self released by the band in 2005.Album InfoMike and Josh with acoustic guitars singing mostly Huntingtons tunes.Recorded June 12 14, 2005 at Mikey s Green Room Mixed and Messed with June 15 16, 2005 Engineered by M … Wikipedia
pull the plug — verb prevent from happening or continuing The government pulled the plug on spending • Hypernyms: ↑discontinue, ↑stop, ↑cease, ↑give up, ↑quit, ↑lay off • Verb Frames … Useful english dictionary
pull the plug — verb a) to unplug or cut power Shut off the machine and pull the plug. b) to cease to support; to halt He put an end to the loud music by pulling the plug … Wiktionary
pull the plug — to do something which prevents an activity from continuing, especially to stop giving money. If the viewing figures drop much further, the TV company will pull the plug on the whole series. (often + on) … New idioms dictionary