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to succeed in doing something difficult or unexpected: The central bank has pulled off one of the biggest financial rescues of recent years. to succeed in doing something difficult or unexpected: He won five straight games and pulled off one of the tournament’s biggest upsets. to manage to do someth
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  • to succeed in doing something difficult or unexpected: The central bank has pulled off one of the biggest financial rescues of recent years.
  • to succeed in doing something difficult or unexpected: He won five straight games and pulled off one of the tournament’s biggest upsets.
  • to manage to do something difficult: pull off a feat/miracle/deal It takes skilled negotiators to pull off a deal like that. It's an ambitious plan, so let's see if we can really pull it off.

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