Definition of 'bring'
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Will the new year bring any better prospects? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This brings attendant concerns about shareholder voting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We learn from each other and all have something different to bring to the table. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She can pop in and bring other people as well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the string of scandals has added to pressure to bring in new blood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It will also bring questions about potential conflicts of interest. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She says they need to do something drastic to bring back the romance. The Sun (2016)How long will it be before people can be brought back to life? The Sun (2016)And walking where you usually drive can bring a new love into your world. The Sun (2016)Now, it is all about bringing that outdoors in. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are also bringing a whole new culture of collaboration and high performance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Together we will bring about change for a better quality of life and freedom of choice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Where else has a village come together to bring works of literature to life? Times, Sunday Times (2016)So far this week six people have been brought down from the mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Norwich now face a summer sweat to bring in a new manager. The Sun (2012)The present downturn has been brought about by a sudden tightening of credit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They come back and bring their friends. Christianity Today (2000)It took a lot of people struggling to bring me to this point in history. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Interesting new projects could bring financial gains but remember to read all the small print before signing. The Sun (2015)We all bring something to the table. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is great to watch and brings people to the game. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An unusual name from the past brings new luck. The Sun (2011)They think that they must have done something wrong in bringing him up. Stammering in Young Children (1988)But the people who brought me up are my mum and dad. The Sun (2016)We're seen as wanting to bring about social change. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She says: 'It was a dream come true to bring her home. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'bring'
British English: bring /brɪŋ/ VERB
If you bring something, you take it with you when you go somewhere.
You can bring a friend to the party.
- American English: bring
- Arabic: يَجيء بِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: trazer
- Chinese: 带来
- Croatian: donijeti
- Czech: přinést
- 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
- European Portuguese: trazer
- Romanian: a aduce
- Russian: приносить
- Spanish: traer
- Swedish: hämta
- Thai: นำมา
- Turkish: getirmek
- Ukrainian: приносити
- Vietnamese: mang lại
Definition of bring from the Collins English Dictionary
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