引く (ひく, hiku) usually means “draw/pull”, as in “ロープを引く (rōpu wo hiku; pull a rope)”. However, it is also used when you are put off by something/someone, and feel like “drawing back” because you find them disgusting and cringeworthy. For instance, you may 引く (hiku) when someone says some disgusting sexual jokes. If you have watched “The Office (UK)”, the main character David Brent played by Ricky Gervais is an epitome of the person who makes others hiku (be put off).
To indicate the act that makes people hiku very much, you can say “ドン引き” (donbiki), as in “彼の発言にドン引きした” (kare no hatsugen ni donbiki shita) meaning “I did donbiki (felt disgusted) by his remark.”
I really 引いた (was put off) when my friend said he’s riding a bike that he stole.
引いた is a past form of 引く
I was extremely put off and disgusted when my girlfriend s*** her pants.
Synonyms in English: be put off, feel cringy, be repelled
Related words and phrases: ドン引き