pull-down

[pool-doun]
adjective
designed to be pulled down for use: a pull-down bed; a desk with a pull-down front.

Origin:
1905–10; adj. use of verb phrase pull down

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pulldown

[pool-doun]
noun Movies.
a mechanism that intermittently advances the film through the film gate of a camera or projector.

Origin:
1950–55; noun use of verb phrase pull down

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Main Entry:  pulldown
Part of Speech:  n, adj
Definition:  See dropdown
Main Entry:  pulldown
Part of Speech:  n, adj
Definition:  See pull-down
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Example sentences
Among others, those hacks include pulldown notifications, home-screen camera access and wireless syncing.
There's only one atmosphere, and no pulldown menu for selecting a new one.
Try using one of the topics in the topic pulldown menu.
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