bringverb [T]uk /brɪŋ/ us /brɪŋ/ (brought, brought)
bring verb [T] (TOWARDS PLACE)
- I'll see if Louisa will bring her guitar to the party.
- Please remember to bring a mat and a towel with you to the next aerobics class.
- Is it okay if I bring a friend to the party?
- The waiter brought the menu and the wine list.
- I brought him some sandwiches because I thought he might be hungry.
bring verb [T] (CAUSE)
- It took them two hours to bring the fire under control.
- Diplomacy has so far failed to bring an end to the fighting.
- Few observers believe that the treaty will bring a lasting peace to the region.
- It's nice to be able to bring a smile to people's faces .
- December brought some seasonable snow showers.
bring verb [T] (LAW)