Definition Bring

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to bring (something): to take, to carry (something to a closer place), to hold in your hand
This is an irregular verb:
I bring / I brought / I have brought

to bring (somebody somewhere): to take, to lead (somebody somewhere)
Pronunciation examples
UK: Please could you bring me a present back from your holiday?
US: I brought you back a snake from Africa.


  • "Bruno : I said 'I hope they bring us many snails'."
  • "Customs Agent : Did you bring cheese, vegetables or animals into the country?"
  • "Step 5 - Bring your gift to the party, where it will be given to the appropriate person."
  • "Shall I bring some tea, perhaps some biscuits with honey?"
  • "Voice : Hmm. Did you bring pizza?"
  • "Don't forget to bring the doctor's note this time, Cheeter."
  • "Do you have to bring that stuff with you on every trip, Horatio?"
  • "I brought my eyes wide shut mask and everything!"
  • "He was known as the "Father of Fragrance", but it was his grandson Bruno who brought international recognition to the Delavigne name."

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