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pluck something out of the air

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpluck something out of the airpluck something out of the air (also pluck something out of thin air)INVENT to say or suggest a number, name etc that you have just thought of, without thinking about it carefully I’m plucking a figure out of the air here, but let’s say it’ll cost about $15,000. pluck
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