bring

  基本词汇  
[brɪŋ]     [brɪŋ]    
  • vt.带来;促使;引起;劝诱
  • vi.产生
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bring是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v.(动词)
  1. 促使,迫使
  2. 提出,举出,提起
  3. 携来,引来,带来,拿来,取来
  4. 陪,护送
  5. 劝导,劝诱,劝使
  6. 招致,生出,引起,导致,造成
  7. 获得(利润)
  8. 使处于某种状态,使处于某种状况
  9. 使产生
  10. 卖得(多少钱)
  11. 使(人)来到
  12. 停下
  13. 带…到某处

双解释义

v.(动词)
  1. vt. 带来,拿来 carry or cause (a person or thing) to come from a more distant place to a nearer place
  2. vt. 造成,引起 cause or lead to
  3. vt. 促使,使处于 cause to come to a particular place, condition, or course of action
  4. vt. 能售得(某一价格),能产生(收入) be sold for

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英英释义

Verb:
  1. take something or somebody with oneself somewhere;

    "Bring me the box from the other room"
    "Take these letters to the boss"
    "This brings me to the main point"

  2. cause to come into a particular state or condition;

    "Long hard years of on the job training had brought them to their competence"
    "bring water to the boiling point"

  3. cause to happen or to occur as a consequence;

    "I cannot work a miracle"
    "wreak havoc"
    "bring comments"
    "play a joke"
    "The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area"

  4. go or come after and bring or take back;

    "Get me those books over there, please"
    "Could you bring the wine?"
    "The dog fetched the hat"

  5. bring into a different state;

    "this may land you in jail"

  6. be accompanied by;

    "Can I bring my cousin to the dinner?"

  7. advance or set forth in court;

    "bring charges"
    "institute proceedings"

  8. bestow a quality on;

    "Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company"
    "The music added a lot to the play"
    "She brings a special atmosphere to our meetings"
    "This adds a light note to the program"

  9. be sold for a certain price;

    "The painting brought $10,000"
    "The old print fetched a high price at the auction"

  10. attract the attention of;

    "The noise and the screaming brought the curious"

  11. induce or persuade;

    "The confession of one of the accused brought the others to admit to the crime as well"

bring的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. She brought her boyfriend to the party.
    她带着男朋友来参加聚会。
  2. Rot it! I forgot to bring my book with me.
    糟了!忘记带书来了。
  3. Floods brought destruction to the vally.
    洪水给山谷造了大灾害。
  4. Smoke and flames brought the neighbors.
    浓烟和火焰引起了邻居们的注意
用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. Indigestion may bring about this disease.
    消化不良可能引起这种病。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Bring your brother with you next time you come.
    下次把你弟弟带来。
  2. The soldiers came back and brought ten prisoners.
    战士们带了十个俘虏回来。
  3. Go down to my bedroom, and bring a clean shirt.
    下楼到我卧室去,拿一件干净衬衣来。
  4. Spring showers bring many flowers.
    阵阵春雨带来百花满园。
  5. Evenings bring couples and singles for concerts.
    夜晚引得成对的和单身的男女去听音乐会。
  6. What brings you here today?
    今天是什么风把你吹来了?
  7. Used cars brought good price in summer.
    夏季里旧汽车卖了高价钱。
  8. The railway has brought prosperity of this region.
    铁路已给这一地区带来了繁荣。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. A stranger brought you this letter during your absence.
    你不在时,一个陌生人给你捎来了这封信。
  2. The maid will bring you your food in a moment.
    女服务员一会儿就会把你要的食物送来。
  3. I warned him that it will bring him nothing but trouble.
    我警告过他这只会带给他麻烦。
  4. What good news have you brought us?
    你给我们带来了什么好消息?
  5. The medicine has not brought me any relief.
    这药并没有减轻我任何痛苦。
  6. The disposal of the property will bring him several thousands of dollars.
    财产的处理将使他得到数千美元。
  7. Although it takes much time and effort to do it, it will bring you the satisfaction of a job well done.
    虽然做这件事情要花费时间和精力,但它会给你带来做好一件工作后称心愉快的感觉。
S+~+ n./pron. +to pron./n.
  1. I'll bring your daughter to you next time I come.
    我下次来时,把你女儿带给你。
  2. I brought that book to you.
    我给你带来那本书。
  3. Bring your paper to me when you have finished it.
    你答完卷子后,交给我。
  4. I'll bring them to you some day.
    哪天我将它们给你带来。
  5. I brought a message to you.
    我给你带来了消息。
  6. The exciting news brought tears to her eyes.
    这激动人心的消息使她流出了眼泪。
  7. Science and technology have brought profound change to the mountain regions.
    科学技术给山区带来了深刻变化。
  8. His death brought great sorrow to the whole country.
    他的逝世使全国陷入了极度的悲痛之中。
S+~+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
  1. Take this away and bring another one for me.
    将这个拿走,并给我另拿一个。
  2. She brought some flowers for us.
    她给我们带来了一些花。
  3. My mother brought the present for you, not for me.
    我母亲是给你而不是给我带的礼物。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. + adj.
  1. Hunters could bring them back alive.
    猎人们能够把它们活着带回来。
  2. They brought things right.
    他们使事情正确。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. I cannot bring her to do that.
    我不能劝她那样做。
  2. I cannot bring her to go with me.
    我不能带她和我一起去。
  3. I wish I could bring you to see the situation from my point of view.
    我真希望能使你从我的观点来看这形势。
  4. All attempts at persuasion could not bring him to approve of his daughter's marriage.
    任凭你怎么劝说他都不同意女儿的婚事。
  5. He could not bring himself to believe the news.
    他不能使自己相信这个消息。
  6. He could never bring himself to kill an animal or a bird.
    他从不让自己弄死一只野兽或小鸟。
  7. She couldn't bring herself to speak to so big an audience.
    她怎么也鼓不起勇气对这么多人说话。
  8. How could you bring yourself to cause your mother such sorrow?
    你怎么能让你妈妈这样伤心?
  9. I could never bring myself to associate with such a person like that.
    我怎么也不愿和那种人来往。
  10. 用于be ~ed结构
  11. He was brought to agree by our arguments.
    他被我们说服了。
  12. Everyone must be brought to realize the importance of the task.
    每一个人都必须认识到这任务的重要性。
S+~+ n./pron. + v -ing
  1. One sad letter from her mother brought her crying home.
    一封妈妈寄来的含有坏消息的信使她哭着回家了。
  2. Maria Jane's screams brought her husband running.
    玛丽亚·简的尖叫声使她的丈夫奔跑回来。
  3. A shower brought the children running to the pavilion.
    一场阵雨使孩子们向亭子跑去。
  4. Her cries brought the neighbours running.
    她的哭声引得邻居们都跑来了。
  5. April showers brought May flowers bursting into blossom ahead of time.
    四月阵雨使五月花提前开放。
  6. Sudden rainstorms would bring the mountain torrents rushing down.
    突然的暴雨使山洪暴发。
S+~+ n./pron. + v -ed
  1. He brought me acquainted with her.
    他使我和她认识。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
bring about (v.+adv.)
  1. 使(船)掉转船头 make (a boat or ship) change course in the opposite direction

    The helmsman brought the ship about. 舵手拨转船头。

    The old helmsman brought us about and we avoided a dangerous dash against the rocks. 老船公扭转了我们航船的方向,我们才避免了一次撞击礁石的危险。

    If the wind changes you'll have to bring her about. 如果风向改变,你必须掉转船头。

  2. 造成,引起或导致(某事) cause (sth)

    The new government is expected to bring a large number of improvements about. 人们期望这个新政府作出大量的改进。

    I offered to act as mediator and tried to bring about a reconciliation between the two parties. 我主动充当调解人,促使双方和解。

    What brought about the failure of the business? 是什么原因造成经营失败的?

    By his own efforts,Charles Fox brought about the fall of the government. 查尔斯·福克斯靠自己的努力促使政府倒台。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    Major changes will have to be brought about in British industry. 英国工业必须实行重大改革。

    Such a change cannot be brought about in one day. 这样的变化不可能在一天之内发生。

bring against (v.+prep.)
  1. 以某罪控告(某人) cause sb to appear in a court of law, charged with an offence bring sth against sb

    She brought a charge before the court against the murderers of her daughter.她在法庭上对杀害她女儿的凶手提出了控告。

    If you found someone loitering at the back of your house after dark, you might feel justified in bringing charges against him.如果天黑后你发现有人在你房后游荡,你完全有理由控告他。

bring along (v.+adv.)
  1. 领来或带来(某人或某物) bring (sb/sth) with one

    Why don't you bring your brother along? 你为什么不把你弟弟领来?

    Bring your running shoes along, and we'll get some exercise. 把你的跑鞋带来,我们要进行训练。

  2. 使发展或成长 cause (sth/sb) to advance

    This warm weather should bring the crops along. 这样暖和的天气会有利于庄稼的生长。

    More study should bring your English along . 进一步学习定会提高你的英语水平。

bring around〔round〕 (v.+adv.)
  1. 把(某人或某物)带到约好的地点 bring (sb/sth) to an agreed place

    Bring the new members around〔round〕 to the meeting tonight. 今晚开会把新会员带来。

  2. 劝说(某人)改变主意或意见; 说服(某人) persuade (sb) to change his opinion

    My explanation brought them around. 我的解释使他们信服了。

    After a good deal of discussion he brought her around to his way of thinking. 讨论很久以后,他使她接受了他的看法。

    We must bring the rest of the committee around to our point of view. 我们必须说服委员会的其他成员同意我们的观点。

  3. 使恢复知觉 cause to regain consciousness

    She opened all the windows in the hope of bringing him round. 她把所有窗子都打开了,希望他能苏醒过来。

bring away (v.+adv.)
  1. 带着…离开 return, usually from a place, with (sth or an idea) bring sth ⇔ away

    Yes, we enjoyed holiday and brought away happy memories of the island.是的,我们度过了愉快的假日,那个岛屿给我们留下了美好的记忆。

bring back (v.+adv.)
  1. 带回(某人或某物); 还回(某物) take ( usually sth) back; bring (sb/sth) with one as one returns

    Have you brought my screwdriver back yet? 你把我的螺丝刀带来了吗?

    You can borrow my car if you promise to bring it back tomorrow. 如果你保证明天一定还回来,我的车可以借给你。

    She brought back the umbrella she borrowed. 她把所借的伞归还了。

    You must bring these library books back next week. 下周你必须把图书馆的这些书还回来。

    If this coat doesn't fit, may I bring it back later? 要是这件上衣不合身,我可以拿回来退换吗?

    If you don't like the dress you bought, you can always bring it back with the sales receipt. 如果你不喜欢你买的这件衣服,可随时带上收据来退货。

  2. 回忆〔回顾,回想起〕(往事) recall; bring to mind (things of the past)

    Seeing you brought back many fond memories. 见到你使我想起了许多美好的往事。

    The smell of these flowers brings my memories back. 这些花的香味使人回想起往事。

    His story brought back our happy childhood together. 他的话使我们回忆起一起度过的快乐童年。

    I know it happened, but I can't bring it back to my mind. 我知道有这么回事,但回忆不起来了。

  3. 使(某人)恢复(某状态) help (sb) to gain (sth)

    We must bring him back to health. 我们必须使他恢复健康。

  4. 恢复…; 再用… cause (an idea or practice) to return or exit again

    Few people these days are in favour of bringing back the old punishment by death. 现在很少有人赞成恢复旧时的死刑。

bring before (v.+prep.)
  1. 把(某人)带上(法庭)受审 force (sb) to appear before (a court of law)

    Peter has been brought before the court on a charge of drunken driving. 彼得被控告酒后开车,被带上法庭受审。

  2. 提出〔呈上〕…供…考虑〔批准〕 send (sth such as an idea) for consideration or approval by (sb or a group in power)

    Your suggestion will be brought before the committee at a suitable date. 你的建议在适当的时候要提交委员会。

bring down (v.+adv.)
  1. 把(某物或某人)抬下(楼、山) carry or move (sth/sb) down stairs, hill, etc.

    Mother wants to come downstairs, but is too weak to walk; it'll take both of you to bring her down. 母亲要下楼,但她太虚弱了,走不动,这得你们俩把她抬下来。

    You'll need help to bring the piano down. 你需要人帮忙把钢琴抬下楼。

    Send one of the boys to bring the car down. 派一个男孩子去把车开下来。

    My pen and books are upstairs; please bring them down. 我的书和笔都在楼上,请给我拿下来。

  2. 使(某物或某人)掉下或倒下 cause (sth/sb) to fall or come down

    The hunter brought down a deer. 猎人打倒了一只鹿。

    The gunners brought down three planes. 炮兵击落三架飞机。

  3. 击败… defeat (sb, such as an enemy or a political opponent)

    At the next vote, we must try to bring down the government. 下次投票选举时,我们一定设法把现政府搞垮。

  4. 降(价) reduce (a price)

    A nation-wide good harvest soon brought down the price of rice. 全国性的大丰收很快使米价回落了。

  5. 使(某事)延续至今 bring (sth) up to date

    We have been asked to rewrite the history book, bringing it down to 1980. 要求我们重写那本史书,要一直写到1980年。

  6. 使(某人)遇到〔遭受〕(不幸的事); 给(某事或某人)制造麻烦 cause (sb) to meet or suffer (sth bad); trouble (sth/sb)

    The youngest son has only brought down trouble on the family. 最小的儿子只会给全家制造麻烦。

  7. 使(某人)落到(某种地步) reduce (sb) (to a state)

    We are afraid that Helen will bring Simon down to her own level. 我们担心海伦会使西蒙落到她那样的地步。

  8. 使某人面对现实 make sb face readily

    He had no idea how food prices had risen, so a day's shopping soon brought him down to earth with a bump! 他不知道食品价格涨到了什么程度,一天的采购使他一下子面对了现实!

    She got carried away in a flurry of excitement, but we brought her down to earth by reminding her of the tasks waiting to be down. 她在一阵兴奋之中有些想入非非,但是我们提醒她还有许多事情要做,才使她从幻想回到现实中来。

bring forth (v.+adv.)
  1. 生产,产出give birth to; bear bring sb/sth ⇔ forth

    “Bring forth men children only.”“愿你只生男孩子。”

    大地每年生产出大量的农作物,供人畜食用。大地每年生产出大量的农作物,供人畜食用。

  2. 提出(建议、证据等) put forward a proposal; make a suggestion bring sth ⇔ forth

    The young workers brought forth some sparkling new suggestions for improving our product.这些青年工人为提高产品质量,提出了顶呱呱的新建议。

bring forward (v.+adv.)
  1. 提出(建议、证据等) put forward a proposal; make a suggestion

    Can you bring forward any proof of what you say? 关于你所说的,你能提出证据吗?

    He brought forward his plan for the new building. 他提出了他建造新楼的计划。

  2. 把…提前arrange for (sth) to take place earlier

    选举提前到七月举行,因为八月很多人度假去了。 选举提前到七月举行,因为八月很多人度假去了。

  3. 促使发展,帮助生长cause (sth) to advance

    This warm weather should bring the crops forward. 这种温暖的天气应该促使作物生长。

bring home to (v.+adv.+prep.)
  1. 使(某人)相信或明白(某事) persuade (sb) to believe (sth) bring home to sb/sth

    A teacher should bring home to children the value and pleasure of reading.老师应当使儿童懂得读书的重要性和乐趣。

    Its importance has been brought home to me very strongly.我已深刻地认识到它的重要性。

bring in (v.+adv.)
  1. 把…拿进来,带进来 bring (sth/sb) indoors

    Bring him in with you. 你把他带进来。

  2. 收获(庄稼等) gather (a crop)

    The farmers are bringing the apples in early this year because of the warm weather. 今年气候温和,农夫们正提前摘苹果。

  3. 赚(钱),挣(钱) yield (money), as profit or earnings

    The sale brought in £250. 这次拍卖获得250英镑。

    The boys are bringing in good wages every week. 这些男孩每周的工资不低。

  4. 提出(设想、意见等) introduce (an idea)

    The government intends to bring in a new law about wearing safety belts in cars. 政府打算设立一项在汽车内系安全带的新规定。

    The influence of the Far East has brought in many new fashions. 远东的影响已经带来了许多新的风尚。

  5. 邀请(某人)参与或帮忙 ask (sb) to come to one's help

    They've brought in experts to advise on the scheme. 他们请来了专家对这项计划提出意见。

    We may have to bring extra workers in to help us with this big job. 或许我们不得不再找些工人来帮我们完成这项大工程。

  6. 把(某人)带到警察局 take (sb) to a police station

    The policeman brought in two boys whom he had caught stealing. 警察把两个当场抓获的小偷带到警察局。

  7. 以专门的仪式迎接新年的到来 hold special ceremonies to mark a new year

    Will you help us to bring in the new year? 你能帮我们举办新年庆祝活动吗?

bring in on (v.+adv.+prep.)
  1. 邀请(某人)参加,参与(讨论、协商等) cause (sb) to join or share in (sth such as a discussion or an agreement)

    The council are pleased with the results of bringing ordinary citizens in on local library planning. 议会对请普通公民帮助设计地方图书馆的结果感到满意。

    Are you going to bring any of the other board members in on your plan for the election ? 你想请董事会的其他人来参与讨论你的选举计划吗?

  2. 雇用某人干职位低微的工作 begin employing sb in a low or humble position

    It's a good idea to bring students in on the ground floor, so that they can learn on the job. 让学生从地位低微的工作干起是个好主意,那样的话,他们就能在工作中学会做事。

bring into (v.+prep.)
  1. 把…拿入,带入(某处) carry (sth) or lead (sb) into (a place)

    Will you bring the tea things into the garden? 把茶具拿到花园去好吗?

  2. 使…达到… cause (sth/sb) to reach (a state or condition)

    This sudden warmth is bringing all the trees into leaf. 天气突然变暖,所有的树都长出了叶子。

    Who is responsible for bringing that stupid style into fashion? 那种愚蠢的样式会风行,责任在谁?

    The telephone brings distant people into contact with each other. 电话使得相距遥远的人能相互交谈。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    Another new nation has been brought into being. 又一个新国家诞生了。

  3. 使某物开始工作,作用 cause sth to start working

    If necessary, the heavy machinery can be brought into action. 若有必要,可以使用重型机械。

  4. 使…清楚地被人理解或知道 make sth clearly understood or known

    Thank you, your view has helped to bring the historical side of the matter into focus. 谢谢你,你的观点使这件事的历史渊源一清二楚了。

    The government must bring this shameful affair into the open if it is to be trusted by the voters. 政府若要取得选民的信任,必须公开这件丑事。

  5. 使…开始生效 make sth such as a law to begin to operate

    The new law will be brought into force by midnight tomorrow. 新法律于明日午夜生效。

  6. 使遵守〔遵循〕… make sb/sth follow the principles (of a group)

    Any member who offends against the club rules will have to be brought into line. 任何违背俱乐部规章的人都必须被纠正过来。

  7. 使某物起作用或产生影响 cause sth to have an effect

    Who knows what details may be brought into play when the talks are held? 谁知道会谈时什么样的细节会被利用起来?

  8. 使某物映入视线; 使某物显现出来 cause sth to be seen

    The clouds suddenly divided, bringing the sun into view at last. 云突然散开,太阳露了出来。

    A change of wind brought the little boat into sight. 风向变后,那条小舟就清晰在望了。

  9. 生孩子 give birth to a human being

    Many people are refusing to bring children into the world as it is so full of trouble and violence. 许多人不愿把孩子带到这个世界上来,因为它充满了动荡和暴力。

bring off (v.+adv.)
  1. 使…脱离险境 take (usually sb) from a dangerous place

    The lifeboat brought off most of the shipwrecked sailors. 救生艇载走了遇难船上的大部分水手。

  2. 成功完成 succeed in (sth)

    Jim was pleased when he brought off a seemingly hopeless attempt. 吉姆完成了一件似乎是没希望成功的事情,他感到高兴。

    I'm glad you've brought the work off at last. 我真高兴,你终于完成了这项工作。

    Did the amateur actors bring off the performance? 那些业余演员是不是把那个节目演好了?

    He brought off the event. 他完成了这件大事。

bring on (v.+adv.)
  1. 呈现…; 使…出现 cause (sb/sth) to appear

    The waiter brought on the next dish. 侍者端上了下一道菜。

  2. 使…发作 cause (sth such as an illness)

    Reading in a dim light may bring on a headache. 在光线暗的情况下看书会引起头痛。

    His troubles may bring on a serious illness. 他的小病可能会引起一场重病。

  3. 使发展,进步 cause (sth/sb) to advance or improve

    This warm weather should bring on the crops. 温和的天气会促使庄稼生长。

    More study should bring on your English. 进一步学习将提高你的英语水平。

    He has brought on an illness by overwork. 过度工作已损害了他的健康。

    Good sunlight and moisture bring the crops on nicely. 良好的日照和充足的水分有助于庄稼旺盛地生长。

bring out (v.+adv.)
  1. 取出(某物) produce (sth) as from a container bring sth ⇔ out

    As I brought the handkerchief out of my pocket, several other objects fell out with it.当我从口袋中掏出一条手帕时,其他几样的东西随之掉了出来。

    He brought out his knife and cut a piece of bread in two.他拿出小刀把一块面包切成两半。

  2. 把…从室内搬出来,带出来 move (sth/sb) out of a building or room bring sb/sth ⇔ out

    It's warm enough to bring out the garden chairs.天气很暖和,可以把花园里用的椅子搬出来了。

    Why don't you bring the children out here in the sun?你为什么不把孩子从屋里带到这儿晒太阳呢?

  3. 呈出(某物); 使(某物)显现出来 cause (sth) to be seen bring sth ⇔ out

    Jane never brings out her best dishes even when guests arrive.即使来了客人,简也从来不把最好的盘子拿出来。

    The warm sun brought the flowers out.温暖的阳光催绽了这些花朵。

    We wanted to see some old family pictures so Jenny brought them out and showed them to us.我们想看些过去的生活照,所以珍妮把它们都摆了出来给我们看。

    Difficulties can bring out a person's best qualities.困难能揭示出一个人的优秀品质。

  4. 使清楚; 使明显 cause (sth) to be seen or known bring sth ⇔ out

    The new dress brought out her hidden beauty.那件新衣服把她潜在的美显示了出来。

    The teacher helped to bring out the meaning of the poem.老师帮着弄清楚那首诗的意思。

    The teacher's explanation brought out our misunderstanding of the problem.老师的解释使我们搞清楚了对问题的误解。

    Could you bring out the meaning of this poem in detail?你能否把这首诗的意义详细地解释一下?

  5. 出版,生产(某物) produce (sth) bring sth ⇔ out

    They try to bring out one new book each month.他们争取每月出版一种新书。

    They try to bring out a new dictionary every other year.他们设法每两年出版一本新词典。

    The makers are bringing out a new kind of soap.制造者正生产一种新型的肥皂。

    Most of the automobile companies bring out new models each year.大部分汽车公司每年都要出新型号的汽车。

  6. 使(某人)勇敢起来; 使(某人)说话随便起来 encourage (sb) to be bolder, talk more freely bring sb/sth ⇔ out

    Mary is very quiet, try to bring out her shell at the party.玛丽沉默寡言,想法使她在宴会上活跃一点。

  7. 使(某人)罢工 cause (sb) to stop working because of disagreement bring sb ⇔ out

    We'll bring the workers out for more pay.为了增加工资,我们将让工人罢工。

  8. 说出… express (sth spoke such as a word or statement) bring sth ⇔ out

    She was so shocked that she could hardly bring out a word.她十分震惊,几乎连一句话也说不出来。

    引出直接引语

    Fred brought out casually:“I saw Mrs. Fortescue going off to work when I came out.”弗雷德漫不经心地说:“我出来时看见福特斯库太太正要去上班”。

  9. 获知… obtain (sth secret) bring sth ⇔ out

    It did not take the police long to bring out the truth.警察没用多长时间就获悉了事情的真相。

bring out in (v.+adv.+prep.)
  1. 使处于… cause (sb) to have (a condition of the body or mine) bring sb ⇔ out in sth

    Eating all that rich food has brought Jane out in spots as usual.简吃了那些高营养的食品后,身上又如往常那样起疱了。

    Don't mention what happened last week; it could bring him out in a temper.别提起上周发生的事,那会使他发脾气的。

bring over (v.+adv.)
  1. 把(某人)带回… bring (sb) usually to sb's home

    Why don't you bring your new boyfriend over one evening?We'd like to meet him. 你为什么不找个晚上把你那位新交的男朋友带回家? 我们想见见他。

  2. 说服(某人)改变主意 persuade (sb) to change his opinion

    We must bring the rest of the committee over to our point of view. 我们必须说服委员会的其他人同意我们的观点。

bring through1 (v.+adv.)
  1. 挽救生命 save the life of (sb very ill) bring sb ⇔ through

    Can the doctor bring Mother through?那个医生能把妈妈救活吗?

bring through2 (v.+prep.)
  1. 使(某人)摆脱… save (sb) from (danger or trouble) bring sb through sth

    The doctor brought my mother through a serious illness.那个医生治好了我母亲的重病。

    Their courage brought the people through the war.他们的勇气使人们熬过了战争。

    Cool heads will bring us through the crisis.头脑冷静才能使我们渡过这一危机。

bring to1 (v.+adv.)
  1. 使(某人)苏醒 cause (sb) to regain consciousness bring sb/sth ⇔ to

    She fainted when she heard the news but they finally brought to her.她听到那消息便昏倒了,但他们最终使她苏醒了。

    Acupuncture will often bring a fainting person to.针刺疗法经常可使昏迷中的人苏醒过来。

  2. 〈航〉(使)停驶 (cause to) stop bring to

    As the wind dropped, the boat brought to.风止住了,船停了下来。

    bring sth ⇔ to

    The captain was able to bring the ship to just before it hit the little boat.就在即将撞上那条小船的一刹那间,船长停住了船。

bring to2 (v.+prep.)
  1. 把…带给(某人)或带往(某处) carry or move (sth) or lead (sb)

    Last night's storm brought several trees to the ground. 昨夜的暴风刮倒了几棵树。

    My wife was very angry when I brought her to my home. 当我把她带回家时,我太太非常生气。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    She was brought to my home. 她是被人带到我家来的。

  2. 使用于…; 使加入,参与… cause (sth/sb) to reach or be added to

    How much experience does he bring this specialized work to? 他有多少经验可用于做这项专门工作?

    We must bring the rest of the villagers to our help in finding the missing child. 我们必须发动其他村民帮我们寻找那个丢失的孩子。

  3. 使达到… cause (sth/sb) to reach (a total, state, or condition)

    This last thing will bring the bill to over £500. 这最后一件东西使得账单上的金额超过了500英镑。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    The university's money troubles have been brought to the boil by the recent government cuts. 最近政府削减开支使这所大学的财务到了罗掘俱穷的地步。

  4. 使(战士)立正 cause (a soldier) to stand stiffly upright

    The captain brought the men to attention as the general arrived. 将军到达时,上尉命令战士们立正。

  5. 迫使某人对其行为作出正式的解释 force sb to give a formal explanation of his behaviour

    Any worker who is regularly late will soon be brought to book. 很快就要让每一个经常迟到的工人作出解释。

  6. 使…不再发展下去 prevent the further advance of sth

    We must bring suffering and hunger to an end in the world. 我们必须结束世界上的苦难和饥饿。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    Our inquiry was brought to a dead end when we learned that the woman had left the country. 当我们得知那个女人业已离开这个国家时,我们的调查不了了之。

  7. 使某人站起来 make sb stand, as to show approval

    The politician's closing words brought the whole crowd to their feet, cheering wildly. 那个政治家的结束语使全场听众起立、狂热地欢呼起来。

  8. 使某人处于显要地位; 使某人处于领导地位; 使某人引人注目 cause sb to become noticed as a leader or person of influence or importance

    He had never been anything more than a good official, but wartime conditions brought him quickly to the fore because of the special qualities of his character. 以前他不过是个称职的公务员,但是由于他品格中具有的特性,战时的状况使他很快成为一个风云人物。

  9. 使某人面临〔对付〕某种困难 cause sb to deal with a difficulty

    But what has brought the company to such a pitiful condition since I last worked for it? 自我最后一次为该公司工作以来,什么原因使得公司落到这般可怜的境地?

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    There was no escape from the facts; we were brought to grips with the hard reality of our position. 逃避现实是不行的; 我们必须应付我们的严酷处境。

  10. 使毁灭; 使垮掉 destroy sth

    It's the members' lack of interest which is bringing the party to the ground. 正是由于党员们缺乏兴趣,才使这个党濒临绝境。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    This nation will not be brought to the ground by enemy action! 这个国家绝不会被敌对行动所毁灭!

  11. 使达到紧要关头; 使尖锐化 cause affairs to reach a state where sth must be done or decided

    Matters have been brought to a head in the peace talks; tomorrow they will either succeed or fail. 和平谈判已到紧要关头,成败系于明天的会谈。

  12. 彻底击败,打垮某人 defeat sb completely

    What can the opposition party do to bring this government to its knees? 反对党怎样行事才能彻底击败政府呢?

  13. 使有趣〔有活力〕 make sth interesting and active

    The performances of these young people succeeded in bringing a dull play to life. 这些年轻人把一台枯燥无味的戏演得趣味横生。

  14. 使失败; 使落空 cause the failure of sth

    All his best efforts were brought to naught by his early death. 他英年早逝,这使他的一切努力都付之东流了。

  15. 使(某人)恢复知觉; 使(某人)记起其周围的事物 cause sb to regain consciousness or remember his surroundings

    The sudden sound of the train whistle brought me to myself; I had not known how far I had been walking, deep in thought. 我陷入了沉思,不知道已经走了多远,火车突然发出的汽笛声使我清醒过来。

    She has been in love with that worthless boy for so long that it will take a real shock to bring her to her senses. 长时间来她一直钟情于那个一文不值的家伙,要使她清醒过来真得费一番工夫。

bring together (v.+adv.)
  1. 使相合〔连接〕 cause (things) to join

    Bring the broken edges of the plate together exactly where they were and then glue them carefully. 把盘子的碎边拼对起来,然后仔仔细细地粘住。

    Fate brought them together. 命运将他们联结在一起。

  2. 使相识; 使坐在一起; 使会面 cause (two people or groups, as a man and woman or enemies) to meet

    I'm so glad to have been the means of bringing you two young people together. 我很高兴我起到了使你们两个年轻人相识的作用。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    The opposing forces on the island have been brought together for peace talks. 岛上的敌对势力已经坐下来进行和平磋商。

  3. 使和解 cause (two or more parties) to end a disagreement

    I'm sure that John and Tom can be brought together. 我相信约翰和汤姆会言归于好。

    I'm glad that the brothers have been brought together after all their quarrels. 我高兴地看到这兄弟俩在争吵之后言归于好了。

bring under1 (v.+adv.)
  1. 用…制服,收服… control and defeat ( usually sb) as by political force bring sb ⇔ under 用于 be ~ed 结构

    Those who oppose our wishes will be brought under.我们要制服那些违背我们意愿的人。

bring under2 (v.+prep.)
  1. 把…归类于…; 把…归属于… include (sth) in (a particular class or type)

    We can bring your suggestions under several headings. 我们可以把你的建议归纳在几个标题下。

  2. 把…控制住 gain control of (sth/sb)

    I shall put an experienced teacher in charge of that class to bring the children under control. 我将派一个有经验的老师去那个班管理孩子们。

    We spent several hours bringing the fire under control. 我们花了几个小时才控制住火势。

bring up (v.+adv.)
  1. 把…带到楼上〔带到更高处〕 bring (sth/sb) upstairs or to a higher level

    The road will bring you up to the top of the cliff. 这条道会把你引到峭壁的顶端。

    Mother asked you to bring the tea things up. 妈妈请你把茶具带到楼上。

  2. 教育,养育(孩子) educate; raise (a child)

    His mother died when he was young, and his grandmother brought him up. 他小的时候母亲去世了。他是由祖母抚养成人的。

  3. 提及或提出… mention or introduce (a subject)

    There's no need to bring up his past when we are considering him for employment. 考虑雇用他时,没有必要提及他的过去。

    She decided against bringing the matter up at the club meeting. 她反对把事情提交俱乐部会议讨论。

    The girl student brought up many questions during the course of the class. 上课时,那位女学生提了许多问题。

    Why bring that up again? 为什么又提出这件事?

  4. 呕吐; 恶心; 呕吐出(食物) be sick; vomit (one's food)

    The greedy child brought up all he had eaten. 这个贪吃的孩子把吃下去的东西全部吐了出来。

    The child has brought up her dinner again. 这孩子又把晚饭吐了出来。

    The patient brought up his dinner. 病人把饭吐了出来。

  5. 勒住(马) stop (a horse) suddenly

    The boy was praised for bringing up the runaway horse. 那个男孩因勒住了逃脱的马而受到表扬。

  6. 使(某人)突然停住 cause (sb) to stop suddenly

    He brought the car up short when the light changed to red. 红色交通灯一亮,他突然把车停住。

    His remarks brought me up sharp. 他的话使我突然停下来。

    Bill started to complain.I brought him up sharply. 比尔开始抱怨,我马上制止了他。

    ◇ 用于 be ~ed 结构

    John was about to be brought up by a note on the door. 约翰刚要迈进房间,突然看见门上的条子,立刻止住了脚步。

  7. 斥责(某人) scold (sb)

    The director brought Jim up for being late again. 经理斥责吉姆再次迟到。

  8. 传讯(某人) take (sb) to court

    It is the third time that Peter has been brought up before the court for drunken driving. 这是彼得第三次因酒醉驾车而被传讯。

bring up against (v.+adv.+prep.)
  1. 使…遇到(困难) cause (usually sb) to meet (a difficulty)

    Things were working well, when we were brought up against unexpected delays. 事情本来进行得很顺利,不料我们遇到了耽搁。

  2. 提出…而使(某人)处于不利地位 take account of or raise (sth) to the disadvantage of (sb)

    Your prison record may be brought up against you. 你蹲过监狱的记录或许会被提出来而成为不利于你的因素。

bring up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
  1. 把…移到或带到…近旁 pull or drive (sth/sb) near to (usually sth)

    Bring the car up to the door; it'll be easier to load. 把汽车开到门旁边,装车就方便了。

  2. 使跟上时代、潮流; 使在时间上不落后 advance the knowledge of (sb); bring (sth) level, especially in time

    We must try to bring mother more up to date with modern styles, and persuade her not to wear such old-fashioned clothes. 我们必须尽量让母亲赶上潮流,让她见见新式样,并说服她不要再穿这种老掉牙的衣服。

    I want to spend this weekend bringing my letter writing up to date. 我要用这个周末的时间及时把信写完。

  3. 使达到一个预期的标准 make (sb/sth) reach an expected standard

    You'd better bring your English up to scratch before you take the examination. 你最好在考前使英语达到标准。

    How can we bring the boy's behaviour up to the mark? 我们怎样才能使这个男孩守规矩呢?

bring within (v.+prep.)
  1. 使…降到某范围 cause (sth) to fall within (a stated limit) bring sth within sth

    The shops will have to bring the clothes within our price range, or they won't sell them.商店必须把衣服的价格降到我们规定的价格范围内,否则就不能出售。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • I..shall in Triumph come From conquer'd Greece, and bring her Trophies home.

    出自:Dryden
  • Those lines..brought tears into the Duchess's eyes.

    出自:Thackeray
  • She brought strange news.

    出自:Tennyson
  • Finally I brought both fists down together and he fell like an axed pig.

    出自:J. T. Story
  • The narrow passage-way had brought them on to a large..square.

    出自:I. McEwan

bring的详细讲解:

词语用法

v.(动词)
  1. bring最基本的意思是“将人或物带至讲话人或听话人所在之处”,是及物动词,可接表示人、物或抽象事物的名词或代词作宾语,也可接双宾语,其间接宾语可以由介词to引出,但不能用for,用for时表示“为某人带来…”。
  2. bring可用作使役动词,表示“促使,说服”,常跟反身代词作宾语,也可跟形容词、以动词不定式的复合结构或介词短语充当补足语的复合宾语。
  3. bring作“引起”解时,可接以现在分词、过去分词充当补足语的复合宾语。
  4. bring是个非延续性动词,在肯定句中一般不与表示一段时间的状语连用。
  5. 在书面语中, bring out可引出直接引语,作“说(出)”解。
  6. 尽管bring是短暂性动词,但下面各句中的bring都可以用于一般现在时,因为说话人所关心的是目前的情况。例如:What brings you back so late?你为什么这样迟才回来呀?And you understand what brings me here.你明白我为什么来这里。
  7. 当一个及物动词不能跟that从句时,它后面可放一个fact, idea这类名词,把that从句和它连接起来。这时that从句成为fact这类名词的同位语,也可以说它是由及物动词加名词构成的及物动词短语的宾语。例如:I brought the charge that John had murdered my wife.我指控约翰谋杀了我的妻子。Why didn't you bring it to his attention that you're too ill to go on working?你为什么不使他注意到你病得太重不能继续工作?

词义辨析

v.(动词)
bring about, bring to pass
bring about是“带来”(指客观上带来的后果,相当于lead to), bring to pass是“使发生”(通过主观努力促使事物发生变化,相当于make to happen)。例如:
After strenuous talks, a cease-fire agreement was brought to pass, and in return it brought about 10 years of peaceful co-existence between the two countries.在紧张的谈判以后达成了一项停火协定,这给两国带来了10年和平共处的局面。
bring forth, bring forward
这两个短语都是动副型短语,作“提出”解时可互换,作“产生,引起”解时只能用bring forth,作“提前,促进”解时只能用bring forward。
bring sb to one's home, bring oneself home, bring home to sb
这三个短语形相近而义不同:bring oneself home的意思是“恢复自己原来的状况”; bring home to sb 的意思是“使某人清醒地认识到”; 而bring sb to one's home则是“把某人带回自己家”。
bring oneself to, bring...to oneself
这两个短语意思和用法都不相同:
1.bring oneself to的意思是“拿出勇气做…”“说服自己做…”; 而bring...to oneself的意思是“使自己清醒意识到”。
2.bring oneself to中的to是不定式符号; 而bring...to oneself中的to是介词。
3.bring oneself to中的oneself与主语一致; 而bring...to oneself中的oneself则与bring的宾语一致。
4.bring oneself to多用于疑问句,而bring...to oneself多用于肯定句。
bring...to a halt, come to a halt
这两个短语的共同意思是“停下来”。其区别是:
1.bring...to a halt是及物动词短语,而come to a halt是不及物动词短语。
2.bring...to a halt是外界原因使某事停下来,停下来的是bring的宾语; 而come to a halt是自身原因停下来,停下来的是句子的主语。例如:
  • He brought the car to a halt.
  • 他把车停了下来。
  • The car came to a halt.
  • 汽车停了下来。
bring in, import
这两者均可表示“引进”,但bring in指从国内另一地区引入专家、技术、品种等,而import指从另一国家(或地区)“进口”,尤指进口货物。
bring up, educate
bring up指孩子在家里所受到的道德和社交教育; 而educate则指在学校所受到的智能、文化和学业方面的教育。如说一个孩子badly brought up,便指这孩子“不懂礼貌、不诚实”等,说一个人well-educated则指他“受过良好的教育”。例如:
Would you rather be well brought up and badly educated, or opposite?你是愿受到良好的家庭教育而受不到良好的学校教育,还是愿意受到良好的学校教育而受不到良好的家庭教育?
bring up, grow up, raise, rear
这组词(组)都有“抚养、饲养”的意思。其区别在于:
1.raise是非正式用语,英式英语中指“养动植物”,美式英语中指“抚养人”。
2.rear在英式英语中指“抚养人”,在美式英语中指“养动植物”,既指“从小养到大”,也指“教养”,是正式用语。例如:
The mother reared her children wisely.那位母亲很会教养自己的孩子。
We reared our children to help others.我们教育子女要乐于助人。
She likes rearing birds.她喜欢养鸟。
He used to rear pigs.他以前养猪。
3.bring up是动词短语,作“抚养”解时无语体之分,侧重于童年时期的“精心教养”。例如:
The woman brought up four children alone .那个妇女独自养育了四个孩子。
He was brought up to believe that money is the most important thing in life.他所受的教养使他相信,金钱是生活中最重要的东西。
4.grow up的意思是“成长”,侧重于“达到成熟阶段”。例如:
This bush has grown up a lot in the last few months.这矮树丛几个月来已向上长高了很多。
Jane is growing up so fast,I think she's going to be a tall woman.简长得真快,我想她一定能长成一个高挑儿的姑娘。
Stop acting like a child with your bad temper! Do grow up.别耍小孩子脾气了!快成熟点吧。
bring, carry, fetch, get, take
这组词都可以表示“拿”“带”。其区别是:
1.bring 表示“拿来”,指从别处拿过来,方向一般是说话者,多指比较近的东西,也可以指带到一个说话人将要到达的地方,有时还可指由说话者随身带着(去某处),可以包括“带走”; take 表示“拿走”“带走”,指从此处拿出去,例如:
When you go home take the letter with you.你回家去的时候,把信带去。
fetch表示“去拿来”; carry则指“随身带着”,没有明确的方向性,同时强调体力方面的负担,可代替bring和take,例如:
The mother carries her baby in her arms.母亲把小宝宝抱在怀里。
get与fetch的意思差不多,都表示“(到别处去把某人或某物)取来”,但它更口语化。
2.bring 和 take 都表示单程,只是方向相反,而fetch则表示一往一返。
3.fetch强调目的性,即专门到一个地方把(某人)某物请〔带〕回来; bring则强调方向性,即动作朝着说话者的方向或所在地。
4.take, bring和carry都可指携带〔运送〕较小的东西, carry还可指携带〔运送〕较大、较重的东西。
5.take, bring和carry都可指人运送, carry还可指马、车等牲口或运输工具运送,也可指以管道的形式运输。
bring carry take fetch get convey transport
这些动词均有“带、拿、取”之意。
  • bring:bring指从某处把人或物带到或拿到说话者所在的地点,强调方向,不着重方式。
  • carry:carry指把物品从一个地方带到另一个地方,不涉及方向,只强调方式。
  • take:take指从说话人或说话人心目中所在处把某人或某物带离开,带到离说话者有一定距离的地方,与bring的方向正相反,侧重方向,不着重方式。
  • fetch:fetch指一往一返,相当于go and bring,去取了东西或带人再返回到出发处。
  • get:get口语用词,与fetch基本同义,语气随便。
  • convey:convey指通过中间人传递信息,或以某种方式把人或物送到目的地。
  • transport:transport指使用车辆或机械设备把人或货物从一处运载到另一处。

常见错误

v.(动词)
  1. 一周前我把词典带来了。

    I've brought the dictionary for a week.

    I brought the dictionary a week ago.

    bring是非延续性动词,在肯定句中一般不与表示一段时间的状语连用。

  2. 我把他带回他家。

    I brought him to his home.

    I took him to his home.

    bring sb to one's home的意思是“带回自己家”, one's须与主语一致。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的brinagn,意为带来。

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