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Detailed Translations for pull off from English to French

pull off:

to pull off verb (pulls off, pulled off, pulling off)

  1. to pull off (tear off; rip off)
    arracher; détacher; déchirer; enlever; séparer
    • arracher verb (arrache, arraches, arrachons, arrachez, )
    • détacher verb (détache, détaches, détachons, détachez, )
    • déchirer verb (déchire, déchires, déchirons, déchirez, )
    • enlever verb (enlève, enlèves, enlevons, enlevez, )
    • séparer verb (sépare, sépares, séparons, séparez, )
  2. to pull off (manage; cope; fix; bring off)
    réussir; arranger; savoir s'y prendre
    • réussir verb (réussis, réussit, réussissons, réussissez, )
    • arranger verb (arrange, arranges, arrangeons, arrangez, )

Conjugations for pull off:

  1. pull off
  2. pull off
  3. pulls off
  4. pull off
  5. pull off
  6. pull off
simple past
  1. pulled off
  2. pulled off
  3. pulled off
  4. pulled off
  5. pulled off
  6. pulled off
present perfect
  1. have pulled off
  2. have pulled off
  3. has pulled off
  4. have pulled off
  5. have pulled off
  6. have pulled off
past continuous
  1. was pulling off
  2. were pulling off
  3. was pulling off
  4. were pulling off
  5. were pulling off
  6. were pulling off
  1. shall pull off
  2. will pull off
  3. will pull off
  4. shall pull off
  5. will pull off
  6. will pull off
continuous present
  1. am pulling off
  2. are pulling off
  3. is pulling off
  4. are pulling off
  5. are pulling off
  6. are pulling off
  1. be pulled off
  2. be pulled off
  3. be pulled off
  4. be pulled off
  5. be pulled off
  6. be pulled off
  1. pull off!
  2. let's pull off!
  3. pulled off
  4. pulling off
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for pull off:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arracher pull off; rip off; tear off blow down; break down; break up; demolish; destroy; dig up; drag down; draw apart; extort; get down; lift; make off with; pilfer; pinch off; pluck; provoke; pull; pull down; pull out; push over; rend; rip; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; steal; take down; tear apart; tear down; tear loose; tear out; tear to pieces; tear to shreds; tear up; tease; tug; turn out; wreck
arranger bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off arrange; assort; boost; classify; coordinate; fix; fix up; freshen up; group; instal; install; jack up v; lay down; make decent; model; orchestrate; order; organise; organize; patch up; pep up; put in order; range; reconcile; redeem; redress; refurbish; regulate; renew; renovate; restore; resume; select; set up; settle; shape; shunt; sift; sort out
déchirer pull off; rip off; tear off break down; break up; demolish; destroy; drag down; draw apart; get down; pull down; pull out; pull to pieces; rend; rip; rip open; take down; tear; tear apart; tear down; tear loose; tear open; tear out; tear to pieces; tear to shreds; tear up; turn out; wreck
détacher pull off; rip off; tear off break open; break up; crack; cut down; cut free; cut loose; decode; depart; detach; differentiate; disconnect; dislodge; drop out; employ; force open; get undone; go; go away; hire; knock open; leave; loosen; pluck; pull out; quit; release; rinse; separate; set free; set to work; split; tear off; tear open; uncouple; unlace; unpick; unpin; untie; wash; work loose
enlever pull off; rip off; tear off abduct; bear a grudge; bear malice; blame; blame someone of; blot out; cadge; chisel off; clean out; clear; clear out; collar; collect; come round for; cut away; cut off; delete; deprive; discredit; disrobe; drain; eliminate; empty; erase; evacuate; expropriate; fetch; filch; finish; get down; go thieving; harbour a grudge; hide away; kidnap; lift out; lock up; make empty; make off with; nick; pick loose; pick up; pilfer; pinch; pluck; pull down; pull out; purloin; put away; rancor; rancour; rebuke; remove; remove one's clothes; remove what is inside; reprimand; reproach; rob; rub out; snatch; snitch; stash away; steal; stuff away; swipe; take; take along; take away; take down from; take off; take out; trim away; tuck away; undo; undress; unpick; wipe; wipe out
réussir bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off accomplish; be successful; bloom; blossom; boom; do well; elapse; expire; finish; fix; fix it up; flourish; get done; get through; go by; go well; keep good time; make up; manage; pass; prosper; pull it off; pull the trick; succeed; thrive
savoir s'y prendre bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off
séparer pull off; rip off; tear off arrange; assort; break down; break up; cleave; crack; demolish; destroy; differentiate; dissociate from; divide; divorce; drag down; filter; get down; go separate ways; group; hoard; isolate; itemise; itemize; part; percolate; place apart; pot; pull down; put apart; seclude; secluding; select; separate; set apart; sever; shunt; sieve; sift; sort out; split; split off; split up; store; strip off; take down; tear down; tear loose; tear off; wreck
- bring off; carry off; draw away; draw off; manage; negociate; pick off; pluck; tweak

Synonyms for "pull off":

Antonyms for "pull off":

Related Definitions for "pull off":

  1. pull or pull out sharply1
  2. remove by drawing or pulling1
  3. cause to withdraw1
  4. be successful; achieve a goal1

Wiktionary Translations for pull off:

pull off
  1. To remove by pulling
  2. To achieve; to succeed at something difficult

Cross Translation:
pull off arracher; déchirer afscheuren — met een scheurbeweging losmaken

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