Definition of 'bring off'
Example sentences containing 'bring off'
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Whatever Maurice Campbell thought, whatever he said to her, she was beginning to feel she might bring off a coup. THE SCARNow, 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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Definition of bring off from the Collins English Dictionary
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