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Englische Definition


  • 1. take something or somebody with oneself somewhere;

    • "Bring me the box from the other room"
    • "Take these letters to the boss"
    • "This brings me to the main point"
  • 2. cause to come into a particular state or condition;

    • "Long hard years of on the job training had brought them to their competence"
    • "bring water to the boiling point"
  • 3. cause to happen or to occur as a consequence;

    • "I cannot work a miracle"
    • "wreak havoc"
    • "bring comments"
    • "play a joke"
    • "The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area"
  • 4. go or come after and bring or take back;

    • "Get me those books over there, please"
    • "Could you bring the wine?"
    • "The dog fetched the hat"
  • 5. bring into a different state;

    • "this may land you in jail"
  • 6. be accompanied by;

    • "Can I bring my cousin to the dinner?"
  • 7. bestow a quality on;

    • "Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company"
    • "The music added a lot to the play"
    • "She brings a special atmosphere to our meetings"
    • "This adds a light note to the program"
  • 8. avance or set forth in court;

    • "bring charges", "institute proceedings"
  • 9. be sold for a certain price;

    • "The painting brought $10,000"
    • "The old print fetched a high price at the auction"
  • 10. attract the attention of;

    • "The noise and the screaming brought the curious"
  • 11. induce or persuade;

    • "The confession of one of the accused brought the others to admit to the crime as well"


  • Summers in Washington bring murderous heat and humidity.

  • He signaled the waiter to bring the menu.

  • It is a fallacy to suppose that riches always bring happiness.

  • The weather was so hot that three people fainted, and we had to call a doctor to bring them to life.

  • A moment's error can bring a lifelong regret.

  • I like to bring my friends home to a warm welcome from my family.

  • With a practised hand he motioned a waiter to bring a fresh pot of coffee.

  • It is understood that hard work can bring success.

  • He could not bring himself to like the boastful, vain Arabella.

  • The courts are making efforts to bring their crimes home to the young people.

  • Bring the car up to the door, it'll be easier to load.

  • You go and show her a thing or two , bring her down a peg and see if she can still be so high and mighty.

  • I regret getting involved with my daughter's marital problems; all its done is t o bring trouble about my ears.

  • In American football, you have to try to bring down your opponent.

  • The more advanced bring along the less advanced.

  • I shall put an experienced teacher in charge of that class to bring the children under control.

  • Bring the doctor in haste.

  • Bring the new members around to the meeting tonight.

  • The government is making car makers bring their cars up to standard for safety reasons.

  • Yet, in real life, circumstances do sometimes conspire to bring about coincidences which anyone but a nineteenth century novelist would find incredible.

  • We shall have to bring in professional advisers to help us to cost out this job.

  • Every member must bring one other person.

  • I neglected to bring a gift.

  • He signed to the waiter to bring the bill.

  • Come to the New Year disco and bring your partner!

  • He thought his book would change society. But he didn't bring it off.

  • They were anxious to bring the washing in before it rained.

  • They're trying their best to bring together those separated families.

  • Shares and bonds can bring one quite a considerable additional income.

  • Management changes are under way that will finally bring down the curtain on Lord Forte's extraordinary working life.


  • bring around 或 bring round

    To cause to adopt an opinion or take a certain course of action.

    To cause to recover consciousness.

  • bring down

    To cause to fall or collapse.

    To kill.

  • bring forth

    To give rise to; produce

    • plants bringing forth fruit.

    To give birth to (young).

  • bring forward

    To present; produce

    • bring forward proof.

    &I{Accounting} To carry (a sum) from one page or column to another.

  • bring in

    &I{Law} To give or submit (a verdict) to a court.

    To produce, yield, or earn (profits or income).

  • bring off

    To accomplish

    • bring off a successful advertising campaign.

  • bring on

    To cause to appear

    • brought on the dessert.

  • bring out

    To reveal or expose

    • brought out the facts.

    To produce or publish

    • bring out a new book.

    To nurture and develop (a quality, for example) to best advantage

    • You bring out the best in me.

  • bring to

    To cause to recover consciousness.

    &I{Nautical} To cause (a ship) to turn into the wind or come to a stop.

  • bring up

    To take care of and educate (a child); rear.

    To introduce into discussion; mention.

    To vomit.

    To cause to come to a sudden stop.

  • bring home the bacon

  • bring something home to someone

  • bring the house down

    make an audience respond with great enthusiasm, typically as shown by their laughter or applause

  • bring something into play

    cause something to begin operating or to have an effect; activate

Synonym Diskriminierung

  • bring, carry, take, fetch, get, convey, transport


Bedeutung von bring

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  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • Eine Frau betritt eine Tierhandlung und sieht einen niedlichen kleinen Hund. Sie fragt den Ladenbesitzer: "Beißt Ihr Hund?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • Der Ladenbesitzer sagt: "Nein, mein Hund beißt nicht."
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • Die Frau versucht den Hund zu streicheln und der Hund beißt sie.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • "Autsch!" Sie sagt: "Ich dachte, Sie sagten, Ihr Hund beißt nicht!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
  • Der Ladenbesitzer antwortet: "Das ist nicht mein Hund!"
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