brung

verb \ ˈbrəŋ \

Definition of brung

transitive verb
1 a :to convey, lead, carry, or cause to come along with one toward the place from which the action is being regarded
  • brought a bottle of wine to the party
b :to cause to be, act, or move in a special way: such as
(1) :attract
  • her screams brought the neighbors
(2) :persuade, induce
  • try to bring them to his way of thinking
(3) :force, compel
  • was brought before a judge
(4) :to cause to come into a particular state or condition
  • bring water to a boil
c dialect :escort, accompany
  • May I bring you home?
d :to bear as an attribute or characteristic
  • brings years of experience to the position
2 :to cause to exist or occur: such as
a :to be the occasion of
  • winter brings snow
b :to result in
  • the drug brought immediate relief
  • brought tears to her eyes
c :institute
  • bring legal action
d :adduce
  • bring an argument
3 :prefer
  • whether to bring legal charges against him
4 :to procure in exchange :sell for
  • should bring a high price at auction
intransitive verb
chiefly Midland :yield, produce
  • chiefly dialectal past tense and past participle of bring

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