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bring off

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of bring off

  1. 1 to carry through (as a process) to completion <the cast and crew were able to bring off an eccentric but engaging reinterpretation of King Lear> Synonyms accomplish, achieve, perform, carry off, carry out, commit, compass, do, execute, follow through (with), fulfill (or fulfil), make, negotiate, perpetrate, prosecute, pull off, put throughRelated Words bring about, effect, effectuate, implement; ace, nail; engage (in), practice (also practise); work (at); reduplicate, reenact, repeat; actualize, attain, realize; complete, end, finish, wind upNear Antonyms fail; skimp, slight, slur

  2. 2 to remove from danger or harm <had it been alerted in time, a nearby ship might have been able to bring off all of the passengers from the Titanic> Synonyms bail out, save, deliver, rescueRelated Words salvage; emancipate, free, liberate, manumit, release; disentangle, extricate; recoverAntonyms adventure, compromise, endanger, gamble (with), hazard, imperil, jeopardize, peril, risk, venture




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