bring = traer transitive verb

bring

/ˈbrɪŋ/ transitive verb
transitive verb
brought, bringing

Spanish Translation of BRING

transitive verb
1
: traer, llevar
bring me some coffeetráigame un café
3
: traer (problemas), conseguir (la paz), dar (alegría), obtener (ganancias)
it brought him famelo lanzó a la fama
it brought a smile to her facela hizo sonreír
4
: llevar (a un estado)
bring it to a boildejarlo hervir
5
yield : rendir, alcanzar
to bring a good pricealcanzar un precio alto
6
: aportar (experiencia, etc.)
7
: presentar (cargos, etc.)
8
: llevar (a un tema)
9
to bring about : ocasionar, provocar
10
to bring around convince : convencer
11
to bring back return : devolver
13
to bring back : traer (de otro lugar)
14
to bring back : recordar, traer (recuerdos)
15
to bring down lower : hacer bajar
16
to bring down overthrow : derrocar
17
to bring down : derribar (a balazos, etc.)
18
to bring forth produce : producir
19
to bring in : invitar a (expertos), atraer (clientes)
20
to bring in : ganar (dinero), obtener (ganancias)
21
to bring on : provocar
you brought this on yourselfte la buscaste
22
to bring oneself to : animarse a (hacer algo)
23
to bring out : sacar, publicar (un libro, etc.)
24
to bring out emphasize : hacer resaltar
25
to bring to revive : resucitar
26
to bring up rear : criar
27
to bring up mention : sacar, mencionar

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