Synonyms of bring something in
bring something in
▷ See bring
1 introduceDictionary • They brought in a controversial law.
introduce • The Government has introduced a number of other money-saving ideas.
start • Now is probably as good a time as any to start a business.
found • He founded the Centre for Journalism Studies.
launch • The police have launched an investigation into the incident.
establish • They established the school in 1989.
institute • We will institute a number of methods to improve safety.
organize • We need someone to help organize our campaign.
pioneer • the scientist who invented and pioneered DNA tests
initiate • They wanted to initiate a discussion on economics.
inaugurate • They inaugurated the first ever scheduled flights.
2 produceDictionary • The business brings in about £24,000 a year.
return • The business returned a handsome profit.
realize • A selection of correspondence from P.G. Wodehouse realized £1,232.
generate • The minister said the reforms would generate new jobs.
yield • 400,000 acres of land yielded a crop worth $1.75 billion.
fetch • The painting is expected to fetch two million pounds.
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• They established the school in 1989.
fetchIf something fetches a particular sum of money, it is sold for that amount.
• The painting is expected to fetch two million pounds.
foundWhen an institution, company, or organization is founded by someone or by a group of people, they get it started, often by providing the necessary money.
• He founded the Centre for Journalism Studies.
Thesaurus for bring something in from the Collins English Thesaurus