BRING-4: meaning and examples
Today we finish our look at common English expressions that use the verb bring (traer).
Today's expression is: to bring something off (also to pull something off)
Meaning: to succeed in doing something difficult.
It was a difficult task, but they brought it off.
The goalkeeper brought off an excellent save, and his team won the match.
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