GET THE WORD OF THE DAY – BRING
to take or carry someone or something to a place or a person
- You should bring enough money with you.
- I can bring what is necessary for the picnic.
- I always bring my children with me when I go to anywhere.
- Don’t forget to bring necessary materials for the experiment when you come to the school.
- I asked the waiter to bring the menu.
- I’m sorry to bring you that news.
to cause, result in, or produce a state or condition
- We expect you to bring many years of experiences to your new job.
- The floods brought many destructions to the country.
- The manager brought the meeting to a close.
- Sad events bring tears to people’s eyes.
- Nobody knows what the future will bring for us.
to make or begin as part of an official legal process
- Despite the fact that the crimes were so serious, the police decided not to bring charges.
- Too many charges are brought against the defendant.