Brought synonyms

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To capture physically; seize:
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(Obs.) To take away secretly
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To be successful in coming or going:
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To retrieve; to bear towards; to go and get.
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To constitute an addition:
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To contribute is to give something or to help make something happen.
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To lodge, or find quarters for; provide with accommodation.
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To give a share or portion of
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To provide (money) temporarily on condition that the amount borrowed be returned, usually with an interest fee.
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To give vent or free play to (one's anger, malice, rage, etc.)
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Play is defined as to engage in activity for fun.
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To function; operate:
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We institute your Grace / To be our regent in these parts of France.
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Transport means to move something from one place to another.
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To order to take a specified action; bid:
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To guide or lead on a course:
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To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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To revitalize is to make something new or bring it back to life.
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To restore to use, activity, vigor, or notice; reinvigorate:
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To rise from the dead; return to life.
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To form, construct, or create anew:
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To give new life to:
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To provide or put forward.
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To get or bring about by some effort; obtain; secure
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To guide; conduct; lead
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The definition of lug is to carry or drag something heavy.
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To serve as a route for; take:
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To escort is defined as to go along with someone or something.
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To draw out, bring out, bring forth (something latent); to obtain information from someone or something.
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To give forth in action or exercise; to discharge.
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To bring (a thing) into mutual relation (with another thing); calculate or show the reciprocal relation between; specif., to bring (one of two related or interdependent quantities, sets of statistics, etc.) into contrast (with the other)
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To take or seize, especially by force; capture.
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(UK dialectal) To happen to; befall.
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To hold and take along; carry; transport
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To fit or put together the parts of (a machine, etc.)
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To put forward; propose or suggest:
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To exist or occur at the same time as:
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To deserve and receive as due; exact:
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To obtain or achieve, as gain or profit:
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To take or receive by chance:
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To incur, stand, or bear without serious detriment, as an act which might under other circumstances be injurious;—with an auxiliary, as can, could, might, etc.; to be able or rich enough.
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(Archaic) To pay; recompense
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To earn is defined as to gain something through effort or work.
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To earn money, not including expenses.
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To take something back to a retailer for a refund.
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To get or bring in as a net; clear as profit, etc.
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To set (a vehicle) down on land or another surface:
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To compose:
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Induce is defined as to cause something to happen or lead to some action.
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To bring about; make happen; cause or accomplish:
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(Law) To deliver or present (a process of the court, such as a summons or court order) in a manner prescribed by law to a person who is legally entitled to receive it or legally required to obey it.
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To be attractive or interesting:
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To present (a charge) against a defendant before a court:
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To declare is defined as to state or announce something publicly.
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Conduct means to direct, particularly a meeting or a group of musicians.
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To serve as a guide for; conduct.
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To be the cause of; bring about; make happen; effect, induce, produce, compel, etc.
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Trigger is defined as to fire a gun or to start a series of events or emotions.
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To cause to move or shift, especially slightly or with irregular motion:
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To make firm or tight; fasten.
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To be the occasion of; give occasion to; cause
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To bring into being; cause to be
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To induce to believe something; convince
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To persuade (another) to recognize the worth or desirability of something:
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The definition of convince is to persuade someone with evidence or argument.
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To capture physically; seize:
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To be successful in coming or going:
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(UK dialectal) To happen to; befall.
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To hold and take along; carry; transport
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To take or receive by chance:
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To stay away from; not go to:
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To leave; depart from
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(Slang) To take (a hallucinogenic drug, barbiturate, etc.) orally
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To indicate unwillingness (to do something):
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To reject
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To refrain from using, engaging in, or partaking of:
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To cease (from an action); stop; abstain
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To give money to in return for goods or services rendered:
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To cause to start; set about; commence
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To make or have a beginning; commence
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To cause to start; set about; commence
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