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bring off

1. To complete a task successfully, especially when a positive outcome initially seems or seemed unlikely. A noun can be used between "bring" and "off." It's miraculous that we brought the presentation off—we only finished writing it five minutes before walking into the conference room! I'm determined to bring off any challenge they give me.
2. vulgar slang To cause one to orgasm.
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bring something off

to cause something to happen; to carry out a plan successfully. Do you think you can bring it off? She brought off her plan without a hitch!
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bring off

Accomplish, achieve successfully, as in We managed to bring off a wonderful performance. [Early 1900s]
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bring off

v.
1. To accomplish something difficult: The promoters brought off the series of concerts without a single problem. We planned the party well beforehand so that we would be sure we could bring it off.
2. Vulgar Slang To cause someone to achieve orgasm.
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References in classic literature ?
As I said above, we found her an experienced old lady at such work; she undertook everything, engaged to procure a midwife and a nurse, to satisfy all inquiries, and bring us off with reputation, and she did so very dexterously indeed.
He'd bring us off to the GAA club in Raheny on a Saturday and we might not come home until that night and be in trouble with my Mam
Steve Rhodes, Worcestershire's director of cricket, said: "I felt the umpires were harsh to bring us off at that stage.
The umpires were in a position to take us off and they offered us the light but we wanted to stay out there because we were in a good position and people were in the ground and you've got to try and entertain them,but as soon as it started to rain the umpires had no other option but to bring us off.