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  • 1 Pull-off — réalisé sur une guitare électrique Le pull off (de pull, « tirer » ou « crocheter » en anglais) est une technique de jeu pour instrument à cordes et plus particulièrement une technique guitaristique. Elle consiste pour la main …

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  • 2 Pull off — Le pull off (de pull, « tirer » ou « crocheter » en anglais) est une technique de jeu pour instrument à cordes et plus particulièrement une technique guitaristique. Elle consiste pour la main active sur le manche, définie par… …

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  • 3 pull off — (something) to succeed in doing something difficult or unexpected. He won five straight games and pulled off one of the tournament s biggest upsets. I don t know how you pulled it off, but we re now $5,000 richer than we were yesterday …

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  • 4 pull off — ► pull off informal succeed in achieving or winning (something difficult). Main Entry: ↑pull …

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  • 5 pull off — [v] accomplish achieve, bring off, carry out, manage, score, score a success, secure, succeed, win; concepts 91,706 Ant. fail …

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  • 6 pull off — verb 1. pull or pull out sharply (Freq. 2) pluck the flowers off the bush • Syn: ↑pluck, ↑tweak, ↑pick off • Derivationally related forms: ↑tweak (for: ↑ …

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  • 7 pull off — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms pull off : present tense I/you/we/they pull off he/she/it pulls off present participle pulling off past tense pulled off past participle pulled off 1) to succeed in doing something that is difficult Hanley… …

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  • 8 Pull-off — A pull off is a stringed instrument technique performed by plucking a string by pulling the string off the fingerboard with one of the fingers being used to fret the note. DescriptionA pull off is often Fact|date=November 2007 performed on a… …

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  • 9 pull off — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you pull off something very difficult, you succeed in achieving it. [V P n (not pron)] The National League for Democracy pulled off a landslide victory... [V n P] It will be a very, very fine piece of mountaineering if they… …

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  • 10 pull-off — /pool awf , of /, n. 1. an act of pulling off: The inn is well worth a pull off from the Interstate. 2. a rest area at the side of a road where vehicles may park. [1855 60; n. use of v. phrase pull off] * * * …

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  • 11 pull off — verb a) To remove by pulling. Pull off old blossoms so that the plant will keep flowering. b) To achieve; to succeed at something difficult. Six pages is a lot to write in one night. Do you think she can pull it off? …

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  • 12 Pull-off — Die musikalische Vortragsanweisung legato (ital. „gebunden“) gibt an, dass die Töne einer Melodienfolge ohne akustische Unterbrechung erklingen sollen. Die Kennzeichnung geschieht durch einen Bindebogen über den Noten oder – bei längeren Passagen …

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  • 13 Pull off — Die musikalische Vortragsanweisung legato (ital. „gebunden“) gibt an, dass die Töne einer Melodienfolge ohne akustische Unterbrechung erklingen sollen. Die Kennzeichnung geschieht durch einen Bindebogen über den Noten oder – bei längeren Passagen …

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  • 14 pull off — phr verb Pull off is used with these nouns as the object: ↑boot, ↑coat, ↑coup, ↑cover, ↑feat, ↑freeway, ↑glove, ↑helmet, ↑highway, ↑hood, ↑interstate, ↑jacket, ↑ …

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  • 15 pull off —    American    to refrain improperly from investigating a crime or prosecuting a criminal    From the meaning, to draw back from:     The detectives who were offered all kinds of inducements to pull off... (Lavine, 1930) …

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  • 16 pull off — (smth) accomplish something remarkable He really is lucky in being able to pull off the new business merger with no problems …

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  • 17 pull off — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To remove] Syn. detach, separate, yank off, wrench off; see remove 1 . 2. [*To achieve] Syn. accomplish, manage, succeed; see achieve 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. Informal. To begin and carry through to completion …

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  • 18 pull off — they pulled off a daring crime Syn: achieve, fulfill, succeed in, accomplish, bring off, carry off, perform, discharge, complete, clinch, fix, effect, engineer …

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  • 19 pull off — {v.}, {informal} To succeed in (something thought difficult or impossible); do. * /Ben Hogan pulled off the impossible by winning three golf tournaments in one year./ * /The bandits pulled off a daring bank robbery./ Compare: PUT ACROSS(2) …

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  • 20 pull off — {v.}, {informal} To succeed in (something thought difficult or impossible); do. * /Ben Hogan pulled off the impossible by winning three golf tournaments in one year./ * /The bandits pulled off a daring bank robbery./ Compare: PUT ACROSS(2) …

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