pull off

pull off  {v.},  {informal}
To succeed in (something thought difficult or impossible); do.
Ben Hogan pulled off the impossible by winning three golf tournaments in one year.
The bandits pulled off a daring bank robbery.
Compare: PUT ACROSS (2).
Categories: informal verb

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