pull a job

pull a job

Sl. to carry out a crime, especially a robbery. (Police and underworld. Note the variations in the examples.) Richard decided that it was not a good time to pull a bank job. Willie and Richard left town after they pulled the job.
See also: job, pull

pull a job

tv. to carry out a crime, especially a robbery. (Police and underworld. Note the variations in the examples.) Bart decided that it was not a good time to pull a bank job.
See also: job, pull