French translation of 'bring off'
separable transitive verbbring
1. [coup] réussir
2. (= successfully carry out)
[plan] mener à bien
3. [merger, deal] mener à bien
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Example Sentences Including 'bring off'
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Patience bit her tongue against the impulse to tell Gerrard to sit straight; he was still too coltish to bring off that lounging pose.A RAKE'S VOW (2001)
Whatever Maurice Campbell thought, whatever he said to her, she was beginning to feel she might bring off a coup.THE SCAR
Now, and again due to Abramov's skills, they were poised to bring off an even bigger coup.A SONG AT TWILIGHT
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Used Rarely. bring off is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of bring off from the Collins English to French Dictionary