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bring

verb [T] (TOWARDS PLACE)
向某处来
 
 
/brɪŋ/ (brought)
to take or carry someone or something to a place or a person, or in the direction of the person speaking
拿来,带来;带到
"Shall I bring anything to the party?" "Oh, just a bottle."
“我要不要带点东西参加聚会?”“噢,带瓶酒就行。”
[+ two objects] Bring me that knife/Bring that knife to me.
把那把刀递给我。
Can you help me bring in (= take into the house) the shopping?
你能帮我把买的东西拿进屋里吗?
The police brought several men in for questioning (= took them to the police station because they might have been involved in a crime).
警方带了几个人回警局问话。
When they visit us they always bring their dog with them.
他们来看我们时总是把狗带来。
Transferring and transporting objects
(Definition of bring verb (TOWARDS PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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