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bring sth in

phrasal verb with bring uk   /brɪŋ/ us   /brɪŋ/ verb [T] brought, brought
  • (MONEY)

to make money: Their chain of restaurants brings in millions of dollars a year.

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bring sth in

phrasal verb with bring uk   /brɪŋ/ us   verb [T] brought, brought
to introduce something new such as a product or a law: New safety regulations have been brought in.
to make a particular amount of money: The merger should bring in more than $300m of extra sales revenue.
(Definition of bring sth in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“bring sth in” in British English

    “bring sth in” in Business English

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