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bring

verb [T]
 
 
/brɪŋ/ ( past tense and past participle brought)
A2 to take someone or something with you when you go somewhere
zabierać, przynosić, przyprowadzać
Did you bring an umbrella with you? [+ two objects] He brought me some flowers.Transferring and transporting objectsTaking someone somewhere or telling them the way
bring happiness/peace/shame, etc B1 to cause happiness/peace/shame, etc
przynosić szczęście/pokój/wstyd itp.
Money does not always bring happiness.Causing things to happen
can not bring yourself to do sth to not be willing to do something because it is so unpleasant
nie móc zmusić się do zrobienia czegoś
He couldn't bring himself to talk to her. →  See also bring sb/sth to their knees , bring sth to light Unwilling and reluctantReady and willingLacking interest and enthusiasm
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