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bring

[brɪŋ] ( pt & pp brought )
transitive verb Conjugaison
1. [gen]   portare
2. [cause]   portare, causare
 to bring sthg to an end   mettere fine a qc
3. LAW
 to bring charges against sb   sporgere denuncia contro qn
 to be brought to trial   comparire in giudizio
 I can't bring myself to tell her   non trovo il coraggio di dirglielo


  

bring about


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
  causare


  

bring along


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
  portare


  

bring around


transitive verb separable
[make conscious]   rianimare


  

bring back


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [come back with - library book]   restituire
[ - faulty goods]   riportare indietro
[ - souvenir, shopping]   portare
[ - person]   riaccompagnare
2. [reinstate]   reintrodurre


  

bring down


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [cause to fall - plane, bird]   abbattere
[ - government]   far cadere
2. [reduce]   abbassare


  

bring forward


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [in time]   anticipare
2. [in bookkeeping]   riportare


  

bring in


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [introduce - law, legislation]   introdurre
[ - bill]   presentare
2. [earn - person]   guadagnare
[ - company]   fatturare
3. LAW   emettere


  

bring off


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
  portare a termine


  

bring on


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
[cause]   causare, provocare
 to bring sthg on o.s.   andarsela a cercare


  

bring out


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [produce and sell]   lanciare
2. [reveal]   tirar fuori


  

bring round

(UK)
transitive verb separable Conjugaison ,
  

bring to


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
→ bring around


  

bring up


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [raise]   allevare
2. [mention]   menzionare
3. [vomit]   vomitare


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