brought

[ brawt ]
/ brɔt /

verb

simple past tense and past participle of bring.

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OTHER WORDS FROM brought

un·brought, adjective

Definition for brought (2 of 2)

bring
[ bring ]
/ brɪŋ /

verb (used with object), brought, bring·ing.

Verb Phrases

Origin of bring

before 950; Middle English bringen, Old English bringan; cognate with Dutch brengen, German bringen, Gothic briggan

synonym study for bring

1. Bring, fetch, take imply conveying or conducting in relation to the place where the speaker is. To bring is simply to convey or conduct: Bring it to me. I'm permitted to bring my dog here with me. It is the opposite of take, which means to convey or conduct away from the place where the speaker is: Bring it back here. Take it back there. Fetch means to go, get, and bring back: Fetch me that bottle.

OTHER WORDS FROM bring

bring·er, nounout·bring, verb (used with object), out·brought, out·bring·ing.

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH bring

bring fetch1 take (see synonym study at the current entry)
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British Dictionary definitions for brought (1 of 2)

brought
/ (brɔːt) /

verb

the past tense and past participle of bring

British Dictionary definitions for brought (2 of 2)

bring
/ (brɪŋ) /

verb brings, bringing or brought (tr)

Derived forms of bring

bringer, noun

Word Origin for bring

Old English bringan; related to Gothic briggan, Old High German bringan
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