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  1. bring

    • IPA[briNG]

    美式

    • v.
      come to a place with (someone or something);cause (someone or something) to come to a place
    • verb: bring, 3rd person present: brings, gerund or present participle: bringing, past tense: brought, past participle: brought

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    • 相關詞
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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. come to a place with (someone or something):

      she brought Luke home from the hospital

      Liz brought her a glass of water

    • 2. cause (someone or something) to come to a place:

      what brings you here?

      a felony case brought before a jury

    • 3. make (someone or something) move in a particular direction or way:

      he brought his hands out of his pockets

      heavy rain brought down part of the ceiling

    • 4. cause (something):

      the bad weather brought famine

      her letter brought forth a torrent of criticism

    • 5. cause (someone or something) to be in or change to a particular state or condition:

      I'll give you some aspirin to bring down his temperature

      his approach brought him into conflict with government

    • 6. involve (someone) in a particular activity:

      he has brought in a consultant

    • 7. initiate (legal action) against someone:

      riot and conspiracy charges should be brought against them

    • 8. force oneself to do something unpleasant or distressing:

      she could not bring herself to mention it

    • 9. cause someone to receive (an amount of money) as income or profit:

      two important Chippendale lots brought $10,000 each

      five more novels brought him $150,000

    • past and past participle of bring

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    • past and past participle of bring

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    • (chiefly of a ship) come to a stop

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    • (chiefly of a ship) come to a stop

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    • move a meeting or event to an earlier date or time

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    • introduce a new law or product

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    • encourage one to feel more confident or sociable

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    • move a meeting or event to an earlier date or time

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    • IPA[brɪŋ]

    英式

    • v.
      take or go with (someone or something) to a place:
    • she brought Luke home from hospital

      Liz brought her a glass of water

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  2. 知識+

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    • bring......to.....?

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    • take and bring

      Bring and take are both used to talk about carrying something or ...towards the speaker and take is used to suggest movement away from the speaker. Bring your calculator to every lesson... Anna took the book to school with...