- n. Plural form of traction.
“• End the influence of money in politics which is often the reason such common sense reforms fail to get political tractions from politicians who rely on big money contributions to get elected.”
“Strange how when you lived somewhere, you tended to take for granted the area's most interesting and easily available at tractions.”
“It's no coincidence that tractions systems -- trolleys, light rail, what have you -- are creeping back into existence now.”
“DEMETRIOS (ph): ... but if the party is going to move forward and to gain tractions with people, then the conversation is going to have to be more down to earth.”
“These P2P networks appear to be trying to build a virtual gateway in which they will shave some $ from these tractions.”
“Six months will simply allow the debate to lose tractions … or gain, perhaps, if the current warrantless spying issue heats up.”
“SANDOS: Well, as you showed in the clip before, many Hispanics are Spanish speaking only, and so they don't understand the tractions when they're handed to them in English.”
“They blew out gusts of wind, and the chill drafts made her shiver; water coalesced on the slick wingleaf surfaces and caused the bird to gain weight and lose tractions.”
“The air is exhausted with each respiration of the patient and from 50 to 200 tractions are made at each sitting.”
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