Definition of Pull-off in English :

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Pull-off meaning in English

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Pull-off

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Noun

1. lay-by, layby, pull-off, rest area, rest stop

designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily

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Pull-off

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verb (transitive)
1. 
to remove (clothing) forcefully
2. (adverb)
to succeed in performing (a difficult feat)
3. (intransitive)
(of a motor vehicle, driver, etc) to move to the side of the road and stop
4. (intransitive)
(of a motor vehicle, driver, etc) to start to move
noun
another name for lay-by (sense 1)

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Pull-off

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Informal
to bring about, accomplish, or perform

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