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Phrasal verbs with bring
Bring about something (Make something happen)
Bring along somebody or bring somebody along
To bring along somebody is to bring him or her somewhere
Bring along can also mean ‘help someone to improve his / her skills’.
Bring somebody around / round (Make someone who is unconscious become conscious again.)
Bring somebody around can also mean ‘persuade him / her to agree with you’.
Bring something back or bring back something (Make someone remember something from the past.)
Bring somebody back or bring back somebody (reappoint somebody)
Bring somebody down or bring down somebody (Cause people in government etc. to lose their position)
Bring down can also mean ‘reduce the amount of something’.
To bring an event forward is to change its date so that it happens earlier than planned.
Bring in something or bring something in (Make a particular amount of money)
Bring off something or bring something off (succeed in doing something difficult)
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