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Phrasal Verbs

pull off

This page is about the phrasal verb pull off

Meaning: to succeed in doing something difficult

Synonym: bring off

For example:

  • pull off sth James has just pulled off one of the biggest deals of his career.

  • pull sth off Nobody thought Lleyton could win the match, but he pulled it off with pure determination.

Quick Quiz:

Carlos was a brilliant jewellery thief. He pulled off some of the world's most amazing

a. robberies

b. necklaces

c. detectives

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