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American English Idioms

Pull (something) Off


Pull (something) Off – to succeed in doing something difficult

  • We are so happy. We pulled the deal Off with the bank. We can now buy the house.
  • The team was able to pull off winning the game.
  • Did you pull off the surprise party?
  • I was able to pull time off to go to Europe.
  • Did the doctor pull off the surgery?

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Pull My Leg

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