French translation of bring in
- [person] (into house, room)
- (= produce) [income]
⇒ He's bringing in quite a lot of money.
Il gagne pas mal d'argent.
- [new team, new player]
faire appel à
Example Sentences Including 'bring in'
At 1.00 p. m. Hitler sent an adjutant to bring in his first caller of the day.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
I want to see how they all respond before I decide whether we need to bring in anyone else.A Conviction of Guilt
Trends of 'bring in'
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pont m aérienan airlift of food and medicines
un pont aérien transportant des vivres et des médicaments
- (also bring in) [food, supplies]
acheminer par pont aérien
- (= evacuate) [person, refugees]
évacuer par pont aérien
⇒ They were airlifted to safety.
Ils ont été transférés en lieu sûr par pont aérien.
Example Sentences Including 'airlift'
I would suggest we use the helicopter to airlift them from the caravan site.Code Breaker
Every man has his price, and there were enough diamonds in there left over from the last Taiwan airlift to buy off even a madman.A Daystar of Fear
If things get really bad, I can always call up a chopper to airlift me out.Somewhere East of Life
Translation of bring in from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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