bring off
   1. to cause to achieve a sexual orgasm
   Of either sex, by whatever means:
    He remained in her for what seemed like ages... bringing her off again and again. (M. Thomas, 1980)
   2. to cause the abortion of a foetus
   It is physically removed from the mother:
    I was left in the club... like any tiresome little skivvy, but unlike her we were able to arrange to have it brought off. (P. Scott, 1975)

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  • bring off — {v.} To do (something difficult); perform successfully (an act of skill); accomplish (something requiring unusual ability). * /By skillful discussion, Mr. White had brought off an agreement that had seemed impossible to get./ * /He tried several… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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