Synsets for "tug"

Synset: tug.n.01

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a sudden abrupt pull

Examples:

Lemmas: tug jerk

Hypernym: pull

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Synset: tugboat.n.01

Synonyms: tugboat

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a powerful small boat designed to pull or push larger ships

Examples:

Lemmas: tugboat tug towboat tower

Hypernym: boat

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Synset: tug.v.01

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: pull hard

Examples: The prisoner tugged at the chains | This movie tugs at the heart strings

Lemmas: tug

Hypernym: attract

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Synset: tug.v.02

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: strive and make an effort to reach a goal

Examples: She tugged for years to make a decent living | We have to push a little to make the deadline! | She is driving away at her doctoral thesis

Lemmas: tug labor labour push drive

Hypernym: fight

Hyponym: strive

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Synset: tug.v.03

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: tow (a vessel) with a tug

Examples: The tugboat tugged the freighter into the harbor

Lemmas: tug

Hypernym: tow

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Synset: lug.v.01

Synonyms: lug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: carry with difficulty

Examples: You'll have to lug this suitcase

Lemmas: lug tote tug

Hypernym: transport

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Synset: tug.v.05

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: move by pulling hard

Examples: The horse finally tugged the cart out of the mud

Lemmas: tug

Hypernym: move

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Synset: tug.v.06

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: pull or strain hard at

Examples: Each oar was tugged by several men

Lemmas: tug

Hypernym: pull

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Synset: tug.v.07

Synonyms: tug

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: struggle in opposition

Examples: She tugged and wrestled with her conflicts

Lemmas: tug

Hypernym: contend

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Tug O'Neale Tug transfers to Summer Bay High and begins bullying Damian Roberts (Matt Doran). Damian's friends Blake Dean (Les Hill) and Simon Fitzgerald (Richard Norton) warn Tug and physically threaten him. Tug continues his harassment campaign against Damian which leads to a fight which Damian wins after Blake and Simon secretly force Tug to deliberately lose. Tug challenges Damian to a rematch, which he refuses and when Tug tries to prevent him from leaving, Damian breaks his nose. Tug reappears when his father Roy's (Mervyn Drake) bear traps injure Damian's friend Shane. Roy is later arrested and jailed for stealing from Michael Ross' (Dennis Coard) boatshed. Tug, angry at Shane, frames him for robbery by burgling the house where Shane is doing community service for a prior joyriding offence. Shane is then arrested and sent to Juvenile detention. Bobby Marshall (Nicolle Dickson) realises the truth and urges Tug to confess. Shane is released and Tug is given 40 hours community service.
Tug of War (Paul McCartney song) "Tug of War" is the title track from Paul McCartney’s 1982 album "Tug of War".
Tug O'Neale Tug returns to school and is tutored privately by Beth. He soon develops feelings for her but Beth rebuffs him. Tug realises nothing can happen while Beth is his tutor and assumes they will get together after he leaves school. When Beth accepts a date with Nick he feels she is cheating on him. Beth then decides to leave town and she and Tug share an emotional goodbye. Sarah's father, Matthew (Jeff Truman) arrives to stay at The Stewarts. He and Tug strike up a close bond which leads Matthew to see Tug and Sarah as a perfect match. Sarah persuades Tug to play up in front of Matthew to try and dissuade him, which annoys Matthew when he discovers. However, Matthew still offers Tug a job helping to run his farm. Tug accepts and leaves the Bay. In 2002, Alf mentions that Tug and Sarah have since married and they are expecting their second child.
Tug of War International Federation The Tug of War International Federation (TWIF) is the international governing body for the sport of tug of war.
Ned Hanlan (tugboat) Another tug in Toronto operates as "Ned Hanlan". The tug "Ned Hanlan II" is a Toronto Works Department tug. This boat was originally owned by Toronto Police Service.
Tug of war Tug of war (also known as war of tug, tug o' war, tug war, rope war, rope pulling, tug rope or tugging war) is a sport that directly puts two teams against each other in a test of strength: teams pull on opposite ends of a rope, with the goal being to bring the rope a certain distance in one direction against the force of the opposing team's pull.
Brenneke Lead-free versions of TIG and TUG are built as "TIG nature" and "TUG nature".
Tug Fork It is also known as the Tug Fork River. The United States Board on Geographic Names settled on "Tug Fork" as the stream's official name in 1975.
USS Algonquin (Tug) USS "Algonquin, completed as El Toro in 1891 for the Southern Pacific Railroad's Morgan Line, was a small harbor tug commissioned by the United States Navy 2 April 1898. Renamed Accomac, after Accomac, Virginia, June 1898, renamed Nottoway in 1918 and, after the Navy adopted alphanumeric hull numbers on 17 July 1920, classified as YT-18, a district tug. On 5 October 1942 the name was cancelled and the tug was simply YT-18 until 1944 when classification was changed to YTL-18", a little harbor tug. Over the years as a Navy tug, from 1898 to 1946, the tug served from Cuba to Boston.
Empire Maple-class tug The Empire Maple class tug was a class of tug built for the Royal Navy and Royal Australian Navy during World War II.
Tractor Tug William M Tractor Tug "William M" is a harbor tug, originally built in 1989 as "C-Tractor 1" for Alpha Marine Services, a subsidiary of Edison Chouest Offshore.
Titan (steam tug 1894) The Titan (later: Drente) was a steam tug that was built in 1894 and sailed for three Dutch tug companies until it was decommissioned in 1935.
Seaspan ULC Seaspan, as we know it today, is the product of a series of acquisitions and mergers in the coastal marine transportation and shipbuilding/ship repair business. Seaspan was created in 1970 by the merger of two prominent coastal towing firms: Vancouver Tug Boat Company (formed in 1898 by Harry A Jones) and Island Tug & Barge (formed in 1924 by Harold Elworthy). In addition to being the largest tug and barge operation on the lower coast, Vancouver Tug also owned Vancouver Shipyards. In 1968 or 1969, Vancouver Tug was acquired by the construction firm Dillingham Corporation, while Island Tug & Barge was acquired by Genstar Ltd. in 1969. The following year, Genstar joined with Dillingham to merge Island Tug and Vancouver Tug into a new corporation, Seaspan International Ltd. (In 1993 the name "Island Tug and Barge" was sold to the Shields family, of Shields Navigation, and the current Island Tug and Barge is not affiliated with Seaspan.)
Dove (steamboat) In about 1916, McDowell sold Dove to Washington Tug & Barge Co. of Seattle, and Dove thereafter served as a tug.
Tug O'Neale Tug is characterised as a "bad boy" teenager. Tempany Deckert who plays Selina Roberts described Tug as a "rough renegade" who had lost his way but "finally got back on the straight and narrow with the help of various foster parents". A writer from the show's official website described Tug as a "hardened, streetwise tough kid, who lived up to his nickname".
Tug (film) "Tug" was released on Amazon streaming on February 19, 2013.
Tug Hill Within the greater Tug Hill area lies the "core" Tug Hill region, defined not by municipal boundaries but rather by its continuous forests, minimal roads and sparse population. The stated size of the Tug Hill's core varies by source, but generally ranges from to .
Tug Fork Wildlife Management Area Tug Fork Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located about 10 miles northwest of Welch, West Virginia in McDowell County. Tug Fork WMA is located on of steep terrain along hills above the Tug Fork River. The WMA is heavily forested, primarily with mixed hardwoods and yellow poplar/black cherry forests in the coves. The WMA is accessed from U.S. Route 52 at Premier. Several tracks and jeep trails provide walking access into the Tug Fork WMA from U.S. Route 52.
Tug Hill Tug Hill, sometimes referred to as the Tug Hill Plateau, is an upland region in Upstate New York in the United States, famous for heavy winter snows. The Tug Hill region is east of Lake Ontario, north of Oneida Lake, and west of the Adirondack Mountains. The region is separated from the Adirondacks by the Black River Valley.
Fishing Tug Katherine V The Fishing Tug Katherine V, designated US 228069, is a Great Lakes fish tug displayed at the Besser Museum of Northeast Michigan, at 491 Johnson Street in Alpena, Michigan. It is believed to be the last intact wooden fishing tug left. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.