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bring

verb [T]
 
 
/brɪŋ/ (brought, brought)
to make something come to a particular place, point, or level: Producers need to bring oil production to levels that create more stable and more sustainable oil prices.
to create or produce a particular state or condition: bring sth to an end/close Without warning, she suddenly brought the interview to an end.
LAW to make or begin something as part of an official legal process: bring a case/lawsuit/charge against sb Detectives believe they have enough evidence to bring charges against the chief financial officer.
(Definition of bring from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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