pull 1 /pʊl/ ●●● S1 W1 verb 1 MOVE SOMETHING TOWARDS YOU [intransitive, transitive] to use your hands to make something or someone move towards you or in the direction that your hands are moving OPP push
Mom! Davey’s pulling my hair!
pull somebody/something into/away from/over etc something
He pulled her down into her seat.
pull something open/shut
She pulled open the door and hurried inside.
Say, there are 2 bottles, you put the bigger one on the smaller one in a way that the inner neck of the bigger bottle fitly contact the outer neck of the smaller one as in this picture (the white one is a bit bigger than the green one).
To take the white one off the green one, you have to hold the green one with a hand and use the other hand to pull the white one up.
could I say "you can pull it open to separate them" in this specific situation?