pull-off

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the phrasal verb pull off.

Noun[edit]

pull-off (plural pull-offs)

  1. An area by the side of a road where vehicles may stop; a lay-by.
  2. (music) The technique, when playing a string instrument, of using a finger of the fret hand to pluck a string by pulling the finger off the fretboard.

Adjective[edit]

pull-off (not comparable)

  1. Able to be removed by pulling.

Derived terms[edit]