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Another word for bring

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Verb
  1. To cause to come along with oneself

      1. To move or carry (goods, for example) from one place to another; convey.
      2. To cause to feel strong emotion, especially joy; carry away; enrapture.
      3. To send abroad to a penal colony; deport.
      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. To come or go after and take or bring back:
      2. To cause to come.
      3. To bring in as a price:
      1. To take or carry from one place to another; transport.
      2. To serve as a medium of transmission for; transmit:
      3. To communicate or make known; impart:
      1. To hold or support while moving; bear:
      2. To move or take from one place to another; transport:
      3. To escort or accompany.
      1. To carry (something) on one's person from one place to another:
      2. To move from one place to another while containing or supporting (something); convey or transport:
      3. To cause to move by or with steady pressure; push:
    See also:

    accompanied

  2. To succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

    See also:

    persuasion

  3. To be the cause of

  4. To achieve (a certain price).

    See also:

    get

Idioms:

    round

  1. To succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

  2. round

  3. To cause to come back to life or consciousness

  4. bring down

  5. To bring about the downfall of

  6. bring forth

  7. To give birth to

  8. bring off

  9. To bring about and carry to a successful conclusion

  10. bring out

  11. To present for circulation, exhibit, or sale

  12. bring up

  13. To take care of and educate (a child)

  14. bring up

  15. To put forward (a topic) for discussion

  16. bring up

  17. To call or direct attention to something

Another word for bring

Verb
  1. To transport

      1. One who shows the way by leading, directing, or advising.
      2. One who serves as a model for others, as in a course of conduct.
      3. A person employed to conduct others, as through a museum, and give information about points of interest encountered.
      1. To show the way to by going in advance:
      2. To guide or direct in a course:
      3. To serve as a route for; take:
      1. One or more persons accompanying another to guide, protect, or show honor.
      2. A man who is the companion of a woman, especially on a social occasion.
      3. A person, often a prostitute, who is hired to spend time with another as a companion.
      1. To direct the course of; manage or control:
      2. To lead or guide:
      3. To direct the performance of (an orchestra or chorus, for example).
      1. To move or carry (goods, for example) from one place to another; convey.
      2. To cause to feel strong emotion, especially joy; carry away; enrapture.
      3. To send abroad to a penal colony; deport.
      1. To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute:
      2. To surrender (someone or something) to another; hand over:
      3. To secure (something promised or desired), as for a candidate or political party:
      1. To come or go after and take or bring back:
      2. To cause to come.
      3. To bring in as a price:
      1. To carry (something) on one's person from one place to another:
      2. To move from one place to another while containing or supporting (something); convey or transport:
      3. To cause to move by or with steady pressure; push:
      1. To hold or support while moving; bear:
      2. To move or take from one place to another; transport:
      3. To escort or accompany.
      1. To take or carry from one place to another; transport.
      2. To serve as a medium of transmission for; transmit:
      3. To communicate or make known; impart:
  2. To be worth in sale

    See also:

    pay

  3. To initiate legal action

      1. To charge (a party) by indictment.
      2. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
      1. To call together; convene:
      2. To request to appear; send for:
      3. To order to take a specified action; bid:
      1. To call (an accused person) before a criminal court to hear and answer the charge made against him or her.
      2. To call to account; accuse:
      1. To quote or refer to (a book or author, for example) as an authority or example in making an argument.
      2. To refer to (a previous court decision or other legal precedent), as when arguing a case.
      3. To mention or bring forward as support, illustration, or proof:
      1. To work for (someone) as a servant:
      2. To prepare and offer (food, for example):
      3. To place food before (someone); wait on:
      1. An earnest or urgent request, entreaty, or supplication.
      2. A resort to a higher authority or greater power, as for sanction, corroboration, or a decision:
      3. A higher court's review of the correctness of a decision by a lower court.
      1. To choose or be in the habit of choosing as more desirable or as having more value:
      2. To give priority or precedence to (a creditor).
      3. To present (a charge) against a defendant before a court:
      1. To make known formally or officially; proclaim:
      2. To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
      3. To reveal or make manifest; show:
      1. To establish, organize, or introduce:
      2. To initiate; begin:
      3. To establish or invest (someone) in an office or position.
  4. To cause

      1. To cause to exist or happen; bring about; create:
      2. To bring into existence by shaping, modifying, or putting together material; construct:
      3. To form by assembling individuals or constituents:
      1. To lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion.
      2. To bring about or stimulate the occurrence of; cause:
      3. To infer by inductive reasoning.
      1. Something brought about by a cause or agent; a result.
      2. The power to produce an outcome or achieve a result:
      3. Advantage; avail:
      1. To bring forth; yield:
      2. To create by physical or mental effort:
      3. To manufacture:

Synonym Study

  • Fetch implies a going after something, getting it, and bringing it back
  • I will take it back to the library
  • Bring (in strict usage) implies a carrying or conducting to, and take , similar action away from, the place where the speaker is or will be or a place regarded as ""here'' bring the book to me