pull a fast one
phrasal to perpetrate a trick or fraud

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pull a fast one — {v. phr.} To gain the advantage over one s opponent unfairly; deceive; trick. * /When Smith was told by his boss that he might be fired, he called the company president, his father in law, and pulled a fast one by having his boss demoted./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • pull a fast one — {v. phr.} To gain the advantage over one s opponent unfairly; deceive; trick. * /When Smith was told by his boss that he might be fired, he called the company president, his father in law, and pulled a fast one by having his boss demoted./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • pull a fast one — (on (someone)) to deceive or trick someone. Most people would never suspect that you d even think of pulling a fast one on them …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull a fast one — ► pull a fast one informal try to gain an unfair advantage. Main Entry: ↑fast …   English terms dictionary

  • pull a fast one — phrasal : to deceive by a crafty and usually dishonest trick tried to pull a fast one and got caught * * * pull a fast one ● fast * * * pull a fast one informal phrase to trick someone Thesaurus: to cheat or trick someone …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull a fast one — tv. to outwit or outsmart someone by a clever and timely maneuver. □ Don’t try to pull a fast one on me. □ So you think you can pull a fast one? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • pull a fast one —    To pull a fast one means to gain an advantage over someone by deceiving them.     The street vendor pulled a fast one on Tom. He sold him a big bunch of roses but wrapped a smaller bunch while Tom was taking out his wallet …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • pull\ a\ fast\ one — v. phr. To gain the advantage over one s opponent unfairly; deceive; trick. When Smith was told by his boss that he might be fired, he called the company president, his father in law, and pulled a fast one by having his boss demoted …   Словарь американских идиом

  • pull a fast one — verb to deceive or trick The con artist pulled a fast one on his mark …   Wiktionary

  • pull a fast one — cheat, deceive They pulled a fast one on him when they sold him the used car …   Idioms and examples

  • pull a fast one — informal to successfully deceive someone. I paid him for six bottles of champagne, but he pulled a fast one on me and gave me six bottles of cheap wine. (often + on) …   New idioms dictionary

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