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bring pronunciación
verb (brought , bringing )
1 to carry or take something or someone to a stated or implied place or person Bring the cup here .
2 to make someone or something be in, or reach, a certain state It brought him to his senses bring two new rules into effect .
3 to make something or result in it War brings misery .
4 (esp bring oneself to do something) usu with negatives to make oneself do (something unpleasant) I can't bring myself to tell her .
5 (esp bring in something) to be sold for (a stated price); to produce (a stated amount) as income.
6 to make (a charge or action, etc) against someone.
7 to give (evidence) to a court, etc.
[Anglo-Saxon bringan ]
bringer noun .
bring home something (often bring something home to someone) to prove or show it clearly.
bring the house down said of an actor or performer, etc: to receive ecstatic applause; to be brilliantly successful.
bring something to bear to make (pressure or influence) felt; to apply it.
bring something to mind to make it be remembered or thought about That story brought to mind my student days .
bring someone up short to make them stop suddenly The doorbell brought me up short .
bring up the rear to come last or behind all the others.
bring something about to make it happen; to cause it.
bring something back to make (a thought or memory) return.
bring someone down
1 to make them sad or disappointed, etc.
2 to demean them.
bring something down to make it fall or collapse.
bring something forth formal or old use to give birth to or produce (an offspring, etc).
bring something forward
1 to move (an arrangement, etc) to an earlier date or time.
2 to draw attention to it I hesitate to bring the matter forward .
3 bookkeeping to transfer (a partial sum) to the head of the next column.
bring something in
1 to introduce it or make it effective, etc.
2 to produce (income or profit).
bring something off colloq to succeed in doing (something difficult) It's really tricky, so I hope I can bring it off OK .
bring something on
1 to help it to develop or progress The rain will bring on my seedlings .
2 to make it happen or appear This weather brings on my arthritis .
bring something out
1 (often bring something out in someone) to emphasize or clarify it brings out the worst in me .
2 to publish or release it brought out a new novel .
bring someone out in something to cause them to be affected with (spots or a rash, etc) Cats bring me out in spots .
bring someone over or round or around to convince them that one's own opinions, etc are right; to convert them to one's own side.
bring someone round to cause them to recover consciousness.
bring someone to to make (someone who is asleep or unconscious) wake up.
bring something to naut to bring (a ship) to a standstill.
bring someone up to care for and educate them when young.
bring something up
1 to introduce (a subject) for discussion.
2 to vomit or regurgitate (something eaten).

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