Synonyms of bring in English:

bring


See definition of bring

verb

1‘he brought over a tray with coffee on it’

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carry, fetch, bear, take
convey, transport
transfer, move, come carrying
lug, haul, shift
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take, accept

2‘Philip brought his young bride to his mansion’

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conduct, escort, guide, lead, usher, show, show someone the way, lead the way, pilot, accompany
shepherd, herd, drive, convoy
see, help, assist
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follow

3‘that evening the wind changed, and brought rain’

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cause, make happen, bring about, bring on, give rise to, create, produce, result in, wreak, effect, engender, occasion, generate, lead to, precipitate, kindle, trigger, trigger off, spark, spark off, touch off, stir up, whip up, promote, contribute to
literary enkindle, beget
rare effectuate

4‘the police contemplated bringing charges of riot’

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put forward, prefer, propose, present, submit, lay, initiate, introduce, institute, moot
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drop

5‘this job brings him a regular salary’

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earn, make, bring in, fetch, yield, net, gross
command, attract, realize, secure, return, produce

Phrases

    bring someone down

    1‘he was brought down by a clumsy challenge’


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    2‘she was in such a good mood that I couldn't bear to bring her down’


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    cheer up

    bring something down

    1‘an attempt to bring down the price of compact discs’


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    informal


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    increase

    2‘the unrest brought down the government’


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    bring something back

    1‘the smell brought back memories of when she had been younger’


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    2‘the conference renewed its policy to bring back capital punishment’


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    abolish

    bring something about

    1‘the war brought about a large increase in government debt’


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    rare


    2‘he brought the ship about’


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    bring something forward

    ‘we intend to bring forward proposals for new Sunday trading legislation’


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    withdraw

    bring someone in

    ‘it was nice of him to bring me in on it’


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    exclude

    bring something in

    1‘he brought in a private member's bill’


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    2‘the event brings in an estimated one million pounds each year’


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    bring something out

    1‘they were bringing out a new magazine called ‘Teens Today’’


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    informal


    2‘the shawl brings out the colour of your eyes’


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    cover up, play down

    bring something off

    ‘they knew he could bring off brilliant business coups’


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    rare


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    fail at, fail in

    bring something on

    ‘his fatal illness was brought on by severe shock’


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    literary


    rare


    bring someone round

    1‘she administered artificial respiration and brought him round’


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    knock out

    2‘we would have brought him round when he got to know the situation a bit better’


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    bring something to bear

    ‘the very best science must be brought to bear on the important decisions that will need to be taken in the future’


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    bring someone up

    ‘she was brought up by her maternal grandparents’


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    bring oneself to

    ‘he couldn't bring himself to pull the trigger’


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    bring something up

    ‘later that evening he casually brought the subject up’


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