What is the Meaning of PULL OFF?
for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
pull s.t. off
pull off s.t.
succeed in achieving or winning something difficult
1. We had only 24 hours to plan an amazing birthday party, and we did it! I can hardly believe we pulled it off!
2. It looks like a very challenging task, but if you believe you can pull it off, I think you should try. It will be incredibly rewarding if you succeed.
3. You are the only person I know who could have pulled that off! I can’t believe they agreed to lend you the money for your idea!
Note: Many phrasal verbs have several definitions. All the definitions may not be shown here.
|present –||PULL OFF|
|present participle –||PULLING OFF|
|past –||PULLED OFF|
|past participle –||PULLED OFF|