bring off

verb

Definition of bring off 

transitive verb

1 : to cause to escape : rescue

2 : to carry to a successful conclusion : achieve, accomplish

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Examples of bring off in a Sentence

the cast and crew were able to bring off an eccentric but engaging reinterpretation of King Lear had it been alerted in time, a nearby ship might have been able to bring off all of the passengers from the Titanic

First Known Use of bring off

1606, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of bring off was in 1606

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