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bring in meaning

  "bring in" in a sentence
  • Verb: bring in
    1. Bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment
      "He brought in a new judge"
      - introduce 
    2. Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages
      "this merger brought in lots of money"
      - gain, take in, clear, make, earn, realize, realise [Brit], pull in 
    3. Be sold for a certain price
      - fetch, bring 
    4. Submit (a verdict) to a court 
    5. Transmit
      "The microphone brought in the sounds from the room next to mine"

    Derived forms: brought in, bringing in, brings in

    Type of: acquire, carry, channel, conduct, convey, get, impart, present, submit, transmit

    Encyclopedia: Bring in


  • [American slang]
    v. In baseball: To enable men on base to score, score. Dick's hit brought in both base runners. A walk and a triple brought in a run in the third inning.
  • bring:    Verb: bring (broug ...
  • bring into:    1. bring sth into ...
  • bring it:    [Finance]In the co ...

Examples

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  1. then i would like to bring in some new people.
  2. particularly he could bring in money.
  3. it is they who bring in the music to california.
  4. bring in everyone who resists.
  5. when they get old enough to work they bring in money.

Related Words

  1. bring forth meaning
  2. bring forward meaning
  3. bring home meaning
  4. bring home the bacon meaning
  5. bring home to meaning
  6. bring in the big guns meaning
  7. bring into meaning
  8. bring into line meaning
  9. bring into the world meaning
  10. bring it meaning
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