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bring

Pronunciation: /brɪŋ/

Translation of bring in German:

v.t. (brought /brɔːt/)

  • 2bring sb to do sth jmdn. dazu bringen, etw. zu tun I could not bring myself to do it ich konnte es nicht über mich bringen, es zu tun

Phrasal verbs

bring aˈbout

v.t. verursachen

bring ˈback

v.t. (return) zurückbringen; (from a journey) mitbringen 1.1 (recall) in Erinnerung bringen 1.2 (restore, reintroduce) wieder einführen

bring ˈdown

v.t. herunterbringen 1.1 (kill, wound) zur Strecke bringen 1.2 senken [Preise, Inflationsrate, Fieber]

bring ˈforward

v.t. nach vorne bringen 1.1 vorbringen [Argument]; zur Sprache bringen [Fall, Angelegenheit] 1.2 vorverlegen [Termin] (to auf) (+ Akk.)

bring ˈin

v.t. hereinbringen; einbringen [Gesetzesvorlage, Verdienst, Summe]

bring ˈoff

v.t. (conduct successfully) zustande bringen

bring ˈon

v.t. (cause) verursachen 1.1 [Sport] einsetzen

bring ˈout

v.t. herausbringen 1.1 hervorheben [Unterschied] 1.2 einführen [Produkt]; herausbringen [Buch, Zeitschrift]

bring ˈup

v.t. heraufbringen 1.1 (educate) erziehen; (rear) aufziehen 1.2 zur Sprache bringen [Angelegenheit, Thema, Problem]

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