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pull a fast one

to trick someone: I don't think he was being truthful – I think he was just trying to pull a fast one.
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"pull a fast one" in British English

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pull a fast one

informal
to successfully deceive someone: You paid too much - I think he pulled a fast one on you.
(Definition of pull a fast one from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pull a fast one”
in Chinese (Simplified) (成功地)欺骗,耍弄…
in Chinese (Traditional) (成功地)欺騙,耍弄…
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