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Japanese translation of “bring”

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bring

verb
 
/brɪŋ/ ( past tense and past participle brought)
A2 to take someone or something with you when you go somewhere
~を連れて行く(来る), 持って行く(来る)
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.
(人に)~をもたらす(幸せを呼ぶ、幸運を招く、平和をもたらす、等)
She’s brought us so much happiness over the years.
Translations of “bring”
in Korean -을 가져오다…
in Arabic يَجْلُب…
in French apporter (qqch.), amener (qqn), apporter…
in Italian portare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向某處來, 拿來,帶來, 帶到…
in Russian приносить…
in Turkish götürmek/getirmek…
in Polish zabierać, przynosić, przyprowadzać…
in Spanish traer, llevar, proporcionar…
in Portuguese trazer…
in German bringen…
in Catalan portar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 向某处来, 拿来,带来, 带到…
(Definition of bring from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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