The travels of the foreign tourists bring a lot of money to the countries where they travel.
Please bring me a glass of water.
You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
Parents bring up children with no paycheck in mind.
There is a lot to be done for the women to bring them at par with man.
Please bring the book to me right now.
If we cut down trees ruthlessly, we bring about our own doom closer.
The pigs bring forth several hogs at a time.
Will the new government bring about changes?
Why did you bring that thing here?
Please don’t bring that woman into my house again.
I feel elated when I can bring a smile on your face.
Please bring something to eat.
This act will bring great disgrace and sin on you and your family.
I will bring an orange for you.
It is sure to bring me some profit.
Please bring one pen for me.
We didn’t bring it up at the meeting.
Did you bring your money?
Synonyms Of bring – Another Words
bear, carry, deliver, import, lead, take, transfer, transport, attend, back, buck, chaperon, companion, conduct, consort, convey, escort, fetch, gather, guide, gun, heel, lug, pack, piggyback, ride, shoulder, tote, truck, usher
Antonyms Of bring – Opposite Words
avoid, disenchant, dodge, fail, hold, keep, lose, refuse, repulse, abandon, disperse, distribute, free, leave, maintain, neglect