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|English term or phrase: pulled over|
|"She pulled over to him"|
This sentence refers to a woman finding a man on the side of the road, who has just been in an accident (she is in her car)
|Spanish translation:"Se arrimó a el y se detuvo."|
To pull over in vehicle parlance is always understood to mean: "to slow down and stop" Be it stopped by the police "Hey, you. Pullover" or pulling over for an emergency or other pressing business.
Se acercó a el y se detuvo could also work.
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Ella estacionó a su lado / al lado suyo / al lado del accidentado
Significa que paró su coche/auto/carro a la par del hombre accidentado.
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