Bring off – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To bring off something (or bring something off) is to succeed in achieving something difficult.

Examples of use:

1. The lead role in the show was very challenging, but he brought it off superbly.

2. John needs an A* grade in his exams, but he has hardly done any work. Do you think he can bring it off?

3. They brought off their plans to relocate the company to Malaysia, without any problems at all.

4. We need to improve our profits by 20% by April 2011. I’m not sure we can bring it off.

bring off
present simple
bring off and brings off
-ing form
bringing off
past simple
brought off
past participle
brought off

Can you write a sentence with the phrasal verb ‘bring off‘?

Have you brought off something that other people said would be too difficult to achieve?

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