to bring (something): apporter (quelque chose)
Notons que ce verbe est irrégulier :
I bring / I brought / I have brought
to bring (somebody somewhere): amener (quelqu'un quelque part)
UK: Please could you bring me a present back from your holiday?
US: I brought you back a snake from Africa.
- "I'll bring you back a souvenir from the airport!"
- "Brian : Sir, I brought you your briefcase just as you asked."
- "Here in Electric Ladyland we are dedicated to the art of satisfaction, and we are skilled in bringing enjoyment to all."
- "Bruno : I said 'I hope they bring us many snails'."
- "Another airport official confirmed that Delavigne was inebriated, adding "He told his entourage to get on the ship and bring the wine, saying that it was time to "take this party to the motherf***in skies"."
- "Harold : So, ladies and gentlemen, you're probably wondering why I've brought you all the way up to the North Pole."
- "He was known as the "Father of Fragrance", but it was his grandson Bruno who brought international recognition to the Delavigne name."
- "I've brought my boss, Mr. Gidyeon, for his, um, routine medical test."
- "Did you bring them?"
- "Shall I bring some tea, perhaps some biscuits with honey?"
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