“Should I send you a check?” “Why not just bring me the money when you come?”
Have you brought the money with you from the bank?
She brought her boyfriend home to meet her parents.
Love of adventure brought her here before taking her to many other places.
This radio station brings you all the news as it happens.
Can anything bring peace to this troubled region?
Having a baby has brought great happiness into her life. See More
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Middle English, from Old English bringan; akin to Old High German bringan to bring, Welsh hebrwng to accompany