“Pull your weight” is often used where members of a group must each contribute their work and effort to complete a task.
If you pull your weight, we may have a chance at winning still.
This sentence means that the team’s victory depends on whether the person tries their hardest. That’s a big deal!
Since pull is a verb, you need to change the verb tense in the sentence.
We lost the game even though everyone tried their hardest and pulled their weight.
Depending on who you are referring to, you can also replace the possessive pronoun in the expression.
He never pulls his weight in school projects. I do not want to be in a group with him.
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