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Translation of "bring" - English-Arabic dictionary

bring

verb   /brɪŋ/ ( past tense and past participle brought)
A2 to take someone or something with you when you go somewhere يَجْلُب Did you bring an umbrella with you? He brought me some flowers.
bring (someone) happiness, luck, peace, etc.
B1 to cause happiness, luck, peace, etc. يَجْلُب السعادة، الحظّ، السلام لِشَخص ما She’s brought us so much happiness over the years.
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