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03 / 03 / 2008

BRING-1: meaning and examples

Good morning. I hope everyone had a good weekend.

For the next few days we are going to look at expressions in English with the verb bring (traer); there are a lot of them.

Today's expression is: to bring somebody/something back

Meaning: to return somebody/something to a place.

Example 1:
After the film, Janet brought me back home.

Example 2:
You must bring back all the library books before the end of the week.

Bring back can also mean:
-to make somebody remember something or think about it again.
-to make something that existed before be introduced again.  

Example 3 (reintroduce):
Most people are against bringing back the death penalty in Spain.

Example 4 (remember):
Looking at the photographs brought back many very pleasant memories.

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