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to bring in (something, someone): to take, lead or carry (something or someone) into a place
Can you bring in the washing, please?
- "So let me bring in our sports correspondent Enriqué De La Cruz."
- "He does bring in a tray of fresh pastries every morning, and encourages his colleagues to sing French folk songs during their cigarette breaks."
- "Luna : I have a great idea: I could bring in my cat from home."
- "Bobby brought in his father's revolver and was passing it around to his classmates."
- "That's why I'm bringing in a very special consultant – a close friend of mine from heaven – Mr. Michael Jackson."
- "After reviewing the issue with Bruno, we've decided to bring in a specialist."
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