How to Conjugate Pull Off
- Infinitive: Pull Off
- Present Tense: Pull Off/ Pulls Off
- -ing Form: Pulling Off
- Past Tense: Pulled Off
- Past Participle: Pulled Off
Definitions of Pull Off:
1. To succeed in doing something difficult or tricky.
Examples: A lot of skateboarding stunts look easy, but are really difficult to pull off.
She pulled off the gymnastic stunt really well.
2. To start to move your vehicle.
Examples: Jim pulled off and headed west.
Wait until we pull off before playing the radio.
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