bring

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bring is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
bring

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Plain form
bring

Third person singular
brings

Simple past
brought

Past participle
brought

Present participle
bringing

Men bringing bags
  1. (transitive) When you say "you bring" something to someone, you carry it with you to that someone.
    You bring lunch to me every day.
    You brought a book to me last week.
  2. (transitive) When I say "I bring" something to you, I carry it with me to you.
    I bring milk to you from the store today.
    I am bringing the key to you.
  3. (transitive) Sometimes bring means carry something with you to a place where that someone can receive it.
    I bring my books to your house.
    You brought the money to my office.

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