Hindi translation of bring
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Word forms: brings, bringing, brought
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb
If you bring someone or something with you when you come to a place, they come with you or you have them with you.
⇒ Remember to bring a pencil. ⇒ Someone went upstairs and brought down a huge kettle. ⇒ Come to my party and bring a girl with you.
2. transitive verb
If you bring something somewhere, you move it there.
⇒ She reached into her pocket and brought out a coin. ⇒ Her mother brought her hands up to her face. ⇒ He poured some water for Dena and brought it to her.
3. transitive verb
To bring something or someone to a place means to cause them to come to that place.
⇒ I told you what brought me here.
4. transitive verb
If you bring something or someone into a particular state or condition, you cause them to be in it. You can also say that something brings a particular feeling, situation, or quality.
किसी स्थिति में पहुंचाना
⇒ He brought the car to a stop. ⇒ They have brought down some taxes. ⇒ Her three children brought her joy.
5. transitive verb
If you cannot bring yourself to do something, you cannot make yourself do it.
⇒ I cannot bring myself to talk about it.
If you bring something about, you cause it to happen.
⇒ ...the only way to bring about political change.
If you bring someone or something along, you bring them with you when you come to a place.
⇒ Dad brought a notebook along. ⇒ Bring along your friends.
If something brings back a memory, it makes you start thinking about it.
⇒ Your article brought back sad memories for me.
When people bring back a fashion or practice that existed at an earlier time, they introduce it again.
फिर से प्रचलित करना
⇒ The government wants to bring back bilingual signs.
To bring down a government or ruler means to cause them to lose power.
⇒ You don't bring down a government at a time of international crisis.
If you bring forward an event, you arrange for it to take place at an earlier time than had been planned.
समयपूर्व घटित करना
⇒ He had to bring forward an 11 o'clock meeting. ⇒ We decided to bring the wedding forward.
If you bring forward an argument or proposal, you state it so that people can consider it.
⇒ They must bring forward practical solutions that offer greater choice.
When an organization brings in a new law or system, they introduce it.
⇒ Hewson wants to bring in a system like they have in America.
If you bring in money, you earn it. [informal]
⇒ I have three jobs, which bring in about £14,000 a year.
If you bring off something difficult, you succeed in doing it. [informal]
(मुश्किल काम) करना
⇒ It's the trickiest of all operas to bring off in the theatre. ⇒ Can he do it? Can he actually bring it off?
When a person or company brings out a new product, they produce it and sell it.
नया उत्पाद बाज़ार में लाना
⇒ He's now brought out a book.
Something that brings out a particular kind of behaviour in you causes you to behave in that way.
⇒ A challenge brought out the best in him.
If you bring up a child, you look after it until it is grown up.
⇒ She brought up four children. ⇒ I bring my children up to be trusting, honest and helpful.
If you bring up a particular subject, you introduce it into a discussion or conversation.
विचार के लिए प्रस्तुत करना
⇒ Why are you bringing it up now?
If you bring up food, you vomit. [informal]
उल्टी करनाBring and take are both used to talk about carrying something or accompanying someone somewhere, but bring is used to suggest movement towards the speaker and take is used to suggest movement away from the speaker. We could not bring it here because it is rather heavy. Anna took the book to bed with her. In the first sentence, bring suggests that we are coming to the same place as the speaker, that is, the speaker is here too. In the second sentence, took suggests that Anna moved away from the speaker when she went to bed, or alternatively that the speaker is merely reporting something that he or she was not involved in. The difference between bring and take is equivalent to that between come and go. Bring and come suggest movement towards the speaker, while take and go suggest movement away.
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Example Sentences Including 'bring'
He told the boy to bring him a jug of lemon water with salt dissolved into it.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Part guardian, part teacher, he had been sent to find the demon child and bring her home to Sanctuary.TREASON KEEP (2001)
At 1.00 p. m. Hitler sent an adjutant to bring in his first caller of the day.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'bring' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَجيء بِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: trazer
- Chinese: 带来
- Croatian: donijeti
- Czech: přinést nosit
- Danish: bringe
- Dutch: brengen
- European Spanish: traer
- Finnish: tuoda
- French: apporter
- German: bringen
- Greek: φέρνω
- Italian: portare
- Japanese: 持ってくる
- Korean: 가져오다
- Norwegian: ta med
- Polish: przynieść przynosić
- Portuguese: trazer
- Romanian: a aduce
- Russian: приносить
- Spanish: traer
- Swedish: hämta
- Thai: นำมา
- Turkish: getirmek
- Ukrainian: приносити принести
- Vietnamese: mang lại
Translation of bring from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary