transitive verb

Definition of inbring 

: to bring in especially : to bring into court or to confiscate by legal process in Scots law

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History and Etymology for inbring

Middle English inbringen, from Old English inbringan (probably translation of Latin inferre to bring in), from in, inn in (adverb) + bringan to bring

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