Spanish translation of 'carry off'
transitive verb + adverbSee also carry
1. (literal) llevarse
(= seize, win) llevarse
[prize] alzarse con ⧫ arramblar con
he carried it off very well salió muy airoso de la situación
3. (= kill) matar ⧫ llevar a la tumba
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Example Sentences Including 'carry off'
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Luckily, that was enough to allow them to behave sufficiently intimately to carry off their charade.THE PERFECT LOVER (2003)
she's very quick to pick things up, and i think she has the nerve to carry off this undercover job.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
I used the only impersonation that I can carry off with any degree of success.THE MANANA MAN (2002)
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Translation of carry off from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary