bring sth in
— phrasal verb with bring uk /brɪŋ/ us /brɪŋ/ verb [ T ] brought, brought
- The building industry brought in rules to protect customers from sharp practice.
- There's a good case against bringing in new regulations.
- Stringent safety regulations were brought in after the accident.
- Such unpopular legislation is unlikely to be brought in before the next election.
- Stringent measures were brought in so that the government could balance its budget.
- The company employs 1,400 people and brings in about $240 million a year in sales.
- The new product brought in $77 million last year.
- Despite a promising start, the company brought in less than £20,000 this year.
- It's a terrible movie yet it brought in $200 million.
- The new product has been incredibly successful, bringing in about £1 million a month.