take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
cause to come into a particular state or condition
cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
go or come after and bring or take back
bring into a different state
be accompanied by
advance or set forth in court, "institute proceedings"
bestow a quality on
be sold for a certain price
attract the attention of
induce or persuade
- A good winter brings a good summer.
- What brings you here today?
- His writing brings him 10000 a year.
- His freelance work brings (him) in 5000 a year.
- It's a fallacy to suppose that wealth brings happiness.
- He always brings a bottle of wine (with him) when he comes to dinner.
- Something that brings on or precipitates an action, a condition, or an event, especially the immediate cause.
- A depression over the Atlantic usually brings bad weather in Britain.