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  • 1bring — W1S1 [brıŋ] v past tense and past participle brought [bro:t US bro:t] [T] [: Old English; Origin: bringan] 1.) a) to take something or someone with you to the place where you are now, or to the place you are talking about →↑take ▪ Did you bring… …

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  • 2Bring Me to Life — «Bring me to life» Сингл Evanescence и Пола МакКоя из альбома …

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  • 3Bring Us Together — Vicki Lynne Cole with a recreation of her sign, 1969 Inaugural Parade Date October 1968 – January 1969 Location Deshler, Ohio – Washington D.C. Participants Vicki Lynne Cole …

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  • 4Bring Ya to the Brink — Album par Cyndi Lauper Sortie 27 mai 2008 Enregistrement 2007 Durée 49:36 Genre Pop rock …

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  • 5Bring Back Birdie — Original Cast Album Music Charles Strouse Lyrics Lee Adams Book Michael Stewart …

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  • 6bring - take - fetch — ◊ bring If you bring someone or something with you when you come to a place, you have them with you. He would have to bring Judy with him. Please bring your calculator to every lesson. The past tense and past participle of bring is brought. My… …

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  • 7bring and buy sale — A charity sale at which those who attend both bring items to be sold, and buy other items • • • Main Entry: ↑bring * * * bring and buy sale UK US noun [countable] [singular bring and buy sale plural …

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  • 8bring yourself — to force yourself to do something that you do not want to do usually used in negative statements He knew that he should apologize, but he couldn t bring himself to do it. • • • Main Entry: ↑bring …

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  • 9bring someone to heel — bring/call/someone to heel phrase to make someone do what you want them to do Thesaurus: to nag or force someone to do somethingsynonym Main entry: heel * * * bring someone under control …

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  • 10Bring Forth the Body — is Volume IX of the novel sequence Alms for Oblivion by Simon Raven, published in 1974. It was the ninth novel to be published in The Alms for Oblivion sequence and is also the ninth novel chronologically. The story takes place in England in 1972 …

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  • 11bring someone down a peg or two — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 12bring someone down a peg — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 13bring something down a peg or two — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 14bring something down a peg — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 15bring down a peg or two — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 16bring down a peg — bring (someone/something) down a peg (or two) to show that someone or something is not as good as people think. His arrogant behavior made some people want to see him brought down a peg. She uses her position to take other people down a peg or… …

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  • 17bring a lump to your throat — bring a lump to (your) throat if something someone says or does brings a lump to your throat, it makes you feel such strong emotions that you want to cry. I thought it was a very moving speech. It almost brought a lump to my throat …

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  • 18bring a lump to throat — bring a lump to (your) throat if something someone says or does brings a lump to your throat, it makes you feel such strong emotions that you want to cry. I thought it was a very moving speech. It almost brought a lump to my throat …

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  • 19bring up — v. 1) (B) I didn t want to bring up the subject to her at that time 2) (d; tr.) to bring up against ( to confront with ) (the drought brought us up against serious difficulties) 3) (D; tr.) ( to raise ) to bring up for (to bring up a question for …

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  • 20bring sth about phrasal — verb (T) to make something happen: Computers have brought about many changes in the workplace. bring sb/sth around/round phrasal verb (T) 1 bring the conversation around/round to to deliberately and gradually introduce a new subject into a… …

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