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What is the difference between ~ to succeed and to bring off ?
Feel free to just provide example sentences.
 •  Asked 4 years ago  •  by

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To succeed is to do well or good. 
For example: I am succeeding in school. I am doing well. 
People do not usually use "bring off" in conversation I am not too sure about what you are meaning to say.
Answered 4 years ago  •  by
Ashley Bell sq | de11
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To succeed means achieve something
To bring off means being rescued 
Answered 1 year ago  •  by
Kim Liên vi | ban, zh, mus, cs, en, fr, ko, th11613
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To succeed (US & UK): to achieve
Bring off (UK): to achieve, or to escape/be rescued
Answered 4 years ago  •  by
Daniela Zimmer de | en7
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