Detailed Translations for pull off from English to Spanish

pull off:

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

  1. to pull off (tear off; rip off)
  2. to pull off (manage; cope; fix; bring off)

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:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrancar break off; cranking up; interrupting; severing; tearing loose; tearing off; wresting from
conseguir obtaining; winning over
desgajar break off; interrupting; severing; tearing loose; tearing off
rasgar rending; tearing
separar disconnecting; disconnection; dispersing; removing; separating; uncoupling; unhooking
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apañárselas bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off
arrancar pull off; rip off; tear off be in need; be in want; begin; boot; break up; bring down; cadge; commence; dig up; drive; elbow out; extort; get open; get undone; go short; herald; lift; mooch; obtain by begging; open; pinch and scrape; prompt; pull out; push aside; push away; put to the sword; ring in; rip; set in motion; set up; shake off; snatch; snatch away; start; start to; start up; strike up; take down; take of the body; take off; take on; tear loose; tear out; turn out; undertake; undo; unpick; untie; urge; wrest from
arreglárselas bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; get by; hang out; hang outside; make do; make ends meet; manage; manage on; scrape along; suit
conseguir bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off absorb; acquire; collect; gain; get hold of something; lay one's hands on; learn; obtain; receive; secure; seize; seize upon; take possession of
desgajar pull off; rip off; tear off
desgarrar pull off; rip off; tear off draw apart; rip; rip open; tear; tear apart; tear open; tear out
hacérselas bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off
ingeniárselas bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off
lograr bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off get round to it; get through; reach
manejárselas bring off; cope; fix; manage; pull off
rasgar pull off; rip off; tear off pull out; rip open; tear; tear open; tear out; turn out
separar pull off; rip off; tear off adjourn; break down; break up; cleave; collect; come round for; crack; declutch; depress the clutch; deprive of; differentiate; disconnect; dissociate from; divide; divorce; excerpt; extract; fetch; get undone; hoard; isolate; itemise; itemize; oust; part; pick up; place apart; pot; pull out; remove; seclude; secluding; separate; set apart; sever; split; split off; split up; store; strip off; take; take along; take away; tear loose; tear off; uncouple; unpick; untie
- 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:

Cross Translation:
pull off arrancar afscheuren — met een scheurbeweging losmaken

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