Synonyms of 'bring'
to carry, convey, or take (something or someone) to a designated place or personMy father brought home a book for me.
She fetched a towel from the bathroom.
I'll take these papers home and read them.
He carried the plate through to the dining room.
a surveyor and his assistant bearing a torch
The person can be transferred from wheelchair to seat with relative ease.
The pizza will be delivered in 20 minutes.
There's no petrol so it's difficult to transport goods.
They borrowed our boats to convey themselves across the river.
to carry, convey, or take (something or someone) to a designated place or personI brought him inside and dried him off.
She was taken to hospital.
He led him into the house.
She took the bewildered man by the arm and guided him out.
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball.
Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa.
I escorted him to the door.
They were quickly ushered away.
to cause to be in a certain state, position, etc.The revolution brought more trouble than it was worth.
I don't want to cause any trouble.
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
Criticism will only create feelings of failure.
Prospects for effecting real political change have taken a step backward.
occasion (formal), ,
The incident occasioned a full-scale parliamentary row.
contribute to, ,
Violent storms wreaked havoc on the coast.
Insults engender hatred against those who indulge in them.
to make (oneself)I could not even bring myself to enter the house.
You can't make me do anything.
using torture to force a confession out of a suspect
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
He convinced her to take a gap year before going to university.
the event which persuaded the United States to enter the war
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
the introduction of legislation to compel cyclists to wear a helmet
I would do anything to induce them to stay.
The hearings moved me to come up with these suggestions.
theologies which dispose their adherents to fanaticism
Don't ever be swayed by fashion.
prevail on or upon
to sell forThis brings her the benefit of a higher rate of interest.
The dancers can earn up to £130 for each session.
The business returned a handsome profit.
The plant produces sweet fruit with deep red flesh.
The state government expects to net about 1.46 billion rupees.
400,000 acres of land yielded a crop worth $1.75 billion.
So far the films have grossed nearly £290 million.
The painting is expected to fetch two million pounds.
the drive to bring art to the public
See bring someone down
See bring someone in
See bring someone up
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in the sense of accompany
to go with (someone)Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa.
in the sense of bear
to bringa surveyor and his assistant bearing a torch
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