- vt. 带来,拿来 carry or cause (a person or thing) to come from a more distant place to a nearer place
- vt. 造成,引起 cause or lead to
- vt. 促使,使处于 cause to come to a particular place, condition, or course of action
- vt. 能售得(某一价格),能产生(收入) be sold for
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"
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"
cause to happen or to occur as a consequence;
"I cannot work a miracle"
"play a joke"
"The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area"
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"
bring into a different state;
"this may land you in jail"
be accompanied by;
"Can I bring my cousin to the dinner?"
advance or set forth in court;
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"
be sold for a certain price;
"The painting brought $10,000"
"The old print fetched a high price at the auction"
attract the attention of;
"The noise and the screaming brought the curious"
induce or persuade;
"The confession of one of the accused brought the others to admit to the crime as well"
- She brought her boyfriend to the party.
- Rot it! I forgot to bring my book with me.
- Floods brought destruction to the vally.
- Smoke and flames brought the neighbors.
- He wondered what brought her to see him.
- Indigestion may bring about this disease.
- Bring your brother with you next time you come.
- The soldiers came back and brought ten prisoners.
- Go down to my bedroom, and bring a clean shirt.
- Spring showers bring many flowers.
- Evenings bring couples and singles for concerts.
- What brings you here today?
- Used cars brought good price in summer.
- The railway has brought prosperity of this region.
- A stranger brought you this letter during your absence.
- The maid will bring you your food in a moment.
- I warned him that it will bring him nothing but trouble.
- What good news have you brought us?
- The medicine has not brought me any relief.
- The disposal of the property will bring him several thousands of dollars.
- Although it takes much time and effort to do it, it will bring you the satisfaction of a job well done.
- I'll bring your daughter to you next time I come.
- I brought that book to you.
- Bring your paper to me when you have finished it.
- I'll bring them to you some day.
- I brought a message to you.
- The exciting news brought tears to her eyes.
- Science and technology have brought profound change to the mountain regions.
- His death brought great sorrow to the whole country.
- Take this away and bring another one for me.
- She brought some flowers for us.
- My mother brought the present for you, not for me.
- Hunters could bring them back alive.
- They brought things right.
- I cannot bring her to do that.
- I cannot bring her to go with me.
- I wish I could bring you to see the situation from my point of view.
- All attempts at persuasion could not bring him to approve of his daughter's marriage.
- He could not bring himself to believe the news.
- He could never bring himself to kill an animal or a bird.
- She couldn't bring herself to speak to so big an audience.
- How could you bring yourself to cause your mother such sorrow?
- I could never bring myself to associate with such a person like that.
- He was brought to agree by our arguments.
- Everyone must be brought to realize the importance of the task.
- One sad letter from her mother brought her crying home.
- Maria Jane's screams brought her husband running.
- A shower brought the children running to the pavilion.
- Her cries brought the neighbours running.
- April showers brought May flowers bursting into blossom ahead of time.
- Sudden rainstorms would bring the mountain torrents rushing down.
- He brought me acquainted with her.
- bring about (v.+adv.)
造成,引起或导致(某事) cause (sth)
- bring against (v.+prep.)
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.
If you found someone loitering at the back of your house after dark, you might feel justified in bringing charges against him.
- bring along (v.+adv.)
使发展或成长 cause (sth/sb) to advance
- bring around〔round〕 (v.+adv.)
使恢复知觉 cause to regain consciousness
- bring away (v.+adv.)
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.
- bring back (v.+adv.)
恢复…; 再用… cause (an idea or practice) to return or exit again
- bring before (v.+prep.)
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)
- bring down (v.+adv.)
使某人面对现实 make sb face readily
- bring forth (v.+adv.)
提出(建议、证据等) put forward a proposal; make a suggestion
bring sb/sth ⇔ forth
“Bring forth men children only.”
大地每年生产出大量的农作物，供人畜食用。bring sth ⇔ forth
The young workers brought forth some sparkling new suggestions for improving our product.
- bring forward (v.+adv.)
促使发展，帮助生长cause (sth) to advance
- bring home to (v.+adv.+prep.)
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.
Its importance has been brought home to me very strongly.
- bring in (v.+adv.)
以专门的仪式迎接新年的到来 hold special ceremonies to mark a new year
- bring in on (v.+adv.+prep.)
雇用某人干职位低微的工作 begin employing sb in a low or humble position
- bring into (v.+prep.)
生孩子 give birth to a human being
- bring off (v.+adv.)
成功完成 succeed in (sth)
- bring on (v.+adv.)
使发展,进步 cause (sth/sb) to advance or improve
- bring out (v.+adv.)
获知… obtain (sth secret)
bring sth ⇔ out
As I brought the handkerchief out of my pocket, several other objects fell out with it.
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。bring sb/sth ⇔ out
It's warm enough to bring out the garden chairs.
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?bring sth ⇔ out
Jane never brings out her best dishes even when guests arrive.
The warm sun brought the flowers out.
We wanted to see some old family pictures so Jenny brought them out and showed them to us.
Difficulties can bring out a person's best qualities.
困难能揭示出一个人的优秀品质。bring sth ⇔ out
The new dress brought out her hidden beauty.
The teacher helped to bring out the meaning of the poem.
The teacher's explanation brought out our misunderstanding of the problem.
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?bring sth ⇔ out
They try to bring out one new book each month.
They try to bring out a new dictionary every other year.
The makers are bringing out a new kind of soap.
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。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。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。bring sth ⇔ out
She was so shocked that she could hardly bring out a word.
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”。bring sth ⇔ out
It did not take the police long to bring out the truth.
- bring out in (v.+adv.+prep.)
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.
Don't mention what happened last week; it could bring him out in a temper.
- bring over (v.+adv.)
说服(某人)改变主意 persuade (sb) to change his opinion
- bring through1 (v.+adv.)
挽救生命 save the life of (sb very ill)
bring sb ⇔ through
Can the doctor bring Mother through?
- bring through2 (v.+prep.)
使(某人)摆脱… save (sb) from (danger or trouble)
bring sb through sth
The doctor brought my mother through a serious illness.
Their courage brought the people through the war.
Cool heads will bring us through the crisis.
- bring to1 (v.+adv.)
〈航〉(使)停驶 (cause to) stop
bring sb/sth ⇔ to
She fainted when she heard the news but they finally brought to her.
Acupuncture will often bring a fainting person 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.
- bring to2 (v.+prep.)
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
- bring together (v.+adv.)
使和解 cause (two or more parties) to end a disagreement
- bring under1 (v.+adv.)
用…制服,收服… control and defeat ( usually sb) as by political force
bring sb ⇔ under
Those who oppose our wishes will be brought under.
- bring under2 (v.+prep.)
把…控制住 gain control of (sth/sb)
- bring up (v.+adv.)
传讯(某人) take (sb) to court
- bring up against (v.+adv.+prep.)
提出…而使(某人)处于不利地位 take account of or raise (sth) to the disadvantage of (sb)
- bring up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
使达到一个预期的标准 make (sb/sth) reach an expected standard
- bring within (v.+prep.)
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.
- bring constantly 连续地拿来
- bring finally 最后拿来
- bring lightly 悄悄地拿来
- bring obviously 明显地拿来
- bring painfully 痛苦地引起
- bring rarely 稀少地拿来
- bring ultimately 最后拿来
- bring vividly 生动地造成
- bring about 引起,带来,招致,产生,完成,实现
- bring about a change 带来变化
- bring about a cure 治愈
- bring about a good result 带来好的消息
- bring about a reform 实现改革
- bring about a resumption of negotiation 恢复谈判
- bring about an effect 产生效果
- bring about an illness 生病
- bring about sb's ruin 把某人毁了
- bring about the wreck of sb's hope 使某人的希望破灭
- bring down 打下,打倒,降低
- bring down the house 博得满堂喝彩,使哄堂大笑
- bring forth evidence 提出证据
- bring forth flowers 开花
- bring forth fruit 结出果实
- bring forth good results 带来好的结果
- bring forth poverty and want 造成贫困和匮乏
- bring in 提出,收获,带进,收入,宣判
- bring in a verdict 宣判
- bring off 送去,完成,办完,救出,成功
- bring on 引起,发展,提出
- bring on a disaster 带来灾难
- bring on an abortion 导致失败
- bring on an illness 生病
- bring on suspicion 引起怀疑
- bring trouble on 找麻烦
- bring out 拿出,发挥,说明,出版,产生,使出现
- bring out a new book 出版新书
- bring out one's knife 拔出刀子
- bring over 进口,使…转变,使相信,使说服
- bring round 使…苏醒,恢复知觉,觉悟过来,使…转向,转移,说明
- bring through 使渡过难关,使脱险
- bring patient through 使病人脱险
- bring up 培养,提出,(旧事)重提,呕吐,使停止
- bring up the rear 殿后,压队
- bring before 向…提出…
- bring into being 实现,使…出现
- bring into effect 使…生效,实行,完成,贯彻
- bring into force 使…实现
- bring into line 使…一致
- bring into notoriety 使…声名狼藉
- bring into operation 使…运转起来,使…投入生产
- bring into play 使…实现,发挥〔调动〕…的作用
- bring into service 使…发挥作用
- bring into sight 使…出现在眼前
- bring into step 使…步调一致
- bring into the world 使…产生
- bring to 使(某人)苏醒,(使)停驶
- bring to an end 使终结,使停止
- bring to bear 朝向,利用,加压力于
- bring to book 使供认罪状
- bring to close 使终结,使停止
- bring to fruition 使…实现
- bring to head 使…尖锐化
- bring to heel 使某人就范
- bring to judgement 受审判
- bring to justice 将某人交法院审判
- bring to life 救活某人
- bring to light 发掘出来
- bring to mind 回忆起来
- bring to nought 使…破灭
- bring to one's feet 使站起来
- bring to pass 使发生,使成为事实
- bring to perfection 使…完美
- bring to power 使…上台
- bring to reason 使某人讲道理,说服某人变得明智些
- bring to rest 使…停下来
- bring to ruin 招致毁灭
- bring to safety 使脱离危险
- bring to stop 使终结,使停止
- bring to term 使某人屈服
- bring to the ground 使…到底
- bring to the hammer 拍卖
- bring under control 使…受控制
- bring under suspicion 使某人受到怀疑
- bring under the attention 使受到注意
- bring under the notice 使受到注意
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
- 在书面语中, bring out可引出直接引语,作“说(出)”解。
- 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
- 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
- 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.
- The car came to a halt.
- 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
- 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
- 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。
- 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。
误 I've brought the dictionary for a week.
正 I brought the dictionary a week ago.
误 I brought him to his home.
正 I took him to his home.
析 bring sb to one's home的意思是“带回自己家”, one's须与主语一致。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的bringan，意为带来。