pull something off

pull something off
ACHIEVE, fulfil, succeed in, accomplish, bring off, carry off, perform, discharge, complete, clinch, fix, effect, engineer.
pull

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informal succeed in achieving or winning something difficult

he pulled off a brilliant first round win

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ˌpull sthˈoff derived
(informal) to succeed in doing sth difficult

We pulled off the deal.

I never thought you'd pull it off.

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Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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