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    To bring off

    Dear Teacher,
    What does the idiom "to bring off" meand when used in the following sentence ?
    • "She brought off the deal even though nobody thought she was capable of doing it"
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    Re: To bring off

    She succeeded in completing the deal; she brought it to a successful conclusion.
    Last edited by 5jj; 21-Dec-2010 at 15:14.

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