简明英汉词典

bring forward
v.
提出, 提前, 显示

美国传统词典[双解]

bring
bring
AHD:[br1ng]
D.J.[bri0]
K.K.[br!0]
v.tr.(及物动词)
brought[br?t] bring.ingbrings

(1)

To take with oneself to a place:
带来:
brought enough money with me.
我随身带了足够的钱

(2)

To carry as an attribute or contribution:
带有某种属性,具有某种作用:
You bring many years of experience to your new post.
你把多年的丰富经验带到了新岗位上

(3)

To lead or force into a specified state, situation, or location:
引起,招致:引导或迫使…进入一特定的状态、情形或位置:
bring the water to a boil; brought the meeting to a close.
把水烧开;结束会议

(4)

To persuade; induce:
劝服;劝诱:
The defendant's testimony brought others to confess.
被告的证词使其他被告都坦白了

(5)

To get the attention of; attract:
引起…的注意;吸引:
Smoke and flames brought the neighbors.
浓烟和火焰引起了邻居们的注意

(6)

To cause to occur as a consequence or concomitant:
导致:作为结果或伴随物而导致发生:
Floods brought destruction to the valley. A chill can bring on a cold.
洪水给山谷酿成了大灾害。受寒会导致感冒

(7)

To cause to become apparent to the mind; recall:
想起,回忆:使…在脑海中变得清晰;回忆:
This music brings back memories.
音乐唤起了我的记忆

(8)

Law To advance or set forth (charges) in a court.
【法律】 提起诉讼:在法庭上提议或提请(诉讼)

(9)

To sell for:
售得:
a portrait that brought a million dollars.
一幅卖了一百万美元的画像

常用词组

bring around 或

bring round

(1)

To cause to adopt an opinion or take a certain course of action.
说服:使采用某项提议,使采取某种行动

(2)

To cause to recover consciousness.
使恢复知觉

bring down

(1)

To cause to fall or collapse.
使倒下,使崩溃

(2)

To kill.
杀死

bring forth

(1)

To give rise to; produce:
引起;产生:
plants bringing forth fruit.
结果的植物

(2)

To give birth to (young).
生(后代)

bring forward

(1)

To present; produce:
呈上;提出:
bring forward proof.
提交证据

(2)

Accounting To carry (a sum) from one page or column to another.
【会计学】 转入下页,转入下栏:把(数字)转入下页或下栏

bring in

(1)

Law To give or submit (a verdict) to a court.
【法律】 宣布(裁决)

(2)

To produce, yield, or earn (profits or income).
生出、产生或挣得(利润,收入)

bring off
To accomplish:
实现,完成:
bring off a successful advertising campaign.
赢得了一场广告战

bring on
To cause to appear:
使出现:
brought on the dessert.
端上甜点

bring out

(1)

To reveal or expose:
揭示,揭露:
brought out the facts.
揭露事实

(2)

To introduce (a debutante) to society.
把(初入社交界的少女)引荐给社交界

(3)

To produce or publish:
推出,出版:
bring out a new book.
出版一本新书

(4)

To nurture and develop (a quality, for example) to best advantage:
深植,教育:教育,培养(例如一种品质)使至最佳境界:
You bring out the best in me.
你使我把自己最好的方面都发挥出来了

bring to

(1)

To cause to recover consciousness.
使…恢复知觉

(2)

Nautical To cause (a ship) to turn into the wind or come to a stop.
【航海】 使(船)顺着风向,使(船)停驶

bring up

(1)

To take care of and educate (a child); rear.
照料,教育(小孩);抚养

(2)

To introduce into discussion; mention.
把…引进讨论;提到

(3)

To vomit.
呕吐

(4)

To cause to come to a sudden stop.
使…突然停下

习惯用语

bring down the house
To win overwhelming approval from an audience.
博得全场观众的喝彩

bring home
To make perfectly clear:
使…十分清楚:
a lecture that brought home several important points.
清楚地解释了几个要点的讲座

bring to bear

(1)

To exert; apply:
运用;应用:
bring pressure to bear on the student's parents.
对学生家长施加压力

(2)

To put (something) to good use:
充分地利用(某物):
“All of one's faculties are brought to bear in an effort to become fully incorporated into the landscape”(Barry Lopez)
“一个人在努力完全溶入景色当中时,他的所有的能力得到充分的发挥”(巴里·洛佩斯)

bring to light
To reveal or disclose:
揭示,揭露:
brought the real facts to light.
把事实真相揭露出来

bring to mind
To cause to be remembered:
使…被记住:
Thoughts of fishing brought to mind our youth.
想钓鱼的念头使我忆起了我们的青年时代

bring to (one's) knees
To reduce to a position of subservience or submission.
下跪:一种表示恭顺,屈服的降低姿势

bring to terms
To force (another) to agree.
强迫(他人)同意

bring up the rear
To be the last in a line or sequence.
殿后,断后:队列或序列的最后一个

语源

(1)

Middle English bringen
中古英语 bringen

(2)

from Old English bringan * see bher- 1
源自 古英语 bringan *参见 bher- 1

继承用法

bringer
n.(名词)

用法

(1)

In most dialects of American English bring is used to denote motion toward the place of speaking or the place from which the action is regarded:
在美式英语的大多数方言中bring 用来指朝着说话人所在处移动或朝着有关行动发生的地点移动:
Bring it over here.
把它带来。
The prime minister brought a large retinue to Washington with her. Take
首相带了大批随从来华盛顿。Take

(2)

is used to denote motion away from such a place:
用来指离开指定的地点的移动:
Take it over there.
把它带到那里去。
The President will take several advisers with him when he goes to Moscow.
总统去莫斯科时要带走几个顾问。

(3)

When the relevant point of focus is not the place of speaking itself, the difference obviously depends on the context. We can say either The labor leaders brought or took their requests to the mayor's office, depending on whether we want to describe things from the point of view of the labor leaders or the mayor. Perhaps for this reason, the distinction between bring and take has been blurred in some areas; a parent may say of a child, for example,
当注意的相关点不再指说话人所在处时,显然是靠上下文来判断。我们可以说The labor leaders brought 或 took their requests to the mayor's office(工会领导带着他们的要求去市长办公室), 这取决于我们叙述事情是从工会领导的角度还是从市长的角度出发。也许由于这个原因,bring 和 take 之间的区别在一些地区不是很明显; 例如,家长可以说他的孩子:
She always takes a pile of books home with her from school.
她总是在放学后带回家一大堆书。

(4)

This usage may sound curious to those who are accustomed to observe the distinction more strictly, but it bears no particular stigma of incorrectness or illiteracy. · The form brung is common in colloquial use in many areas, even among educated speakers, but it is not acceptable for use in formal writing.
这一用法也许在习惯于严格区分两词的人听来有点怪,但这不能说明这种用法不正确或是语法差错。brung 的形式在很多地区的口语中,甚至在受过教育的人中间,普遍使用。 但在正式的书面文中这是不允许的

现代英汉词典

bring
[brIN]
vt.
brought, bringing

(1)

拿来;带来
Bring me the book.
把那本书带给我。
Why don't you bring you favourite girl along?
你为什么不带你最喜欢的女儿一块儿来呢?
Bring the children back from the kindergarten at four o'clock.
下午四点把孩子们从幼儿园接回来。
When you go to the post office, will you please bring some stamps back for me?
你去邮局时能不能给我带些邮票回来?
Please bring me back the saw.
请把锯子带回来给我。
Bring those suspects in.
把嫌疑犯们带进来。
The beauty of the music brought tears to her eyes.
优美的音乐使她眼中充满泪花。
If they are not brought to the surface soon they may lose their lives.
如果不很快把他们带上地面,他们可能要丧生。
Bring the children out and l'll have an urgent report to write.
把孩子们带出去,我要写一篇紧急报告。
You are welcome to bring your wife to the party.
欢迎你带你的妻子来参加聚会。

(2)

产生;引起
Spring rains bring summer flowers.
春雨带来了夏日的百花。
I'm sure an antifebrile injection will bring your fever down in no time.
我相信注射一针退热剂会使你的热度立刻降下来。
The beauty of the music brought tears to her eyes.
优美的音乐使她眼中充满泪花。

(3)

卖;出售
This old car will bring about £1000.
这辆旧汽车可卖1000镑。
This old bicycle will bring about $15.
这辆旧自行车能卖十五美元左右。
This would bring about a lowering of the general level of intelligence in the population.
这将使人口的一般智力水平下降。

(4)

提出(诉讼)
bring a charge against
提出控告
If they refuse to make heart-felt apologies soon we will have to bring an action against them.
如果他们拒绝很快地作出诚心诚意的道歉,我们只好起诉了。

(5)

引来
Her cries brought the neighbors.
她的叫喊声引来了邻居。

(6)

使达到某种情况
Bring them together.
带他们集合。
We must bring the chairman around to our point of view.
我们必须劝说会议主席转而支持我们的观点。
Of course you can bring your date to our party.
你当然可以带你约的异性朋友来参加我们的社交聚会。
He could never bring himself to kill an animal or bird.
他从来就不忍杀生。
I hope I have the honour to bring you home?
我希望能荣幸地陪你回家?
Bring your girlfriend together.
把你的女朋友一起带来。

习惯用语

bring to book
要求澄清;受惩罚

常用词组

bring down
(把一个数字)转入下栏,转到下页

bring forth
生产;生(孩子)

bring forward

(1)

把(数字等)过到次页

(2)

把…提前
(= put forward)
We'll bring the party forward.
我们要把晚会提前。
They'll bring the date of their marriage forward from the 30th to the 28th.
他们将把结婚的日期从三十日提前到二十八日。

(3)

提出
A plan was brought forward.
提出一项计划。
The general manager brought forward a new reform plan on the personnel system for the company.
总经理为公司提出了一份有关人事制度改革的新方案。
The final examination will be brought forward to June instead of July.
期终考试将由七月提前到六月举行。
The lawyer brought forward some new evidences against the murder.
律师为这件谋杀案提出了一些新的证据。

bring in

(1)

获利;赚
The boys bring in £60 a week.
这些男孩子每周赚60镑。
How much did the sideline bring the farmer family in last year?
去年副业使这家农户增加了多少收入?
Bring in every single grain.
颗粒还仓。
The sale brought us in over $1000.
那笔买卖使我们赚了一千多美元。
We have brought in a good grain harvest for three years on end.
我们已经连续三年获得了粮食丰收。

(2)

求援;求助
to bring in advisers
求助于顾问

bring off
办成功
Though it was a very difficult job, Helen was able to bring it off successfully ahead of schedule.
尽管那项工作很艰巨,海伦还是成功地提前完成了任务。

bring on

(1)

引起;导致
Working out in the rain for a long time may bring on a fever.
在雨中工作很长时间可能使人发高烧。
The use of natural fertilizer can bring the crops on nicer than the use of chemical fertilizer.
使用天然肥料比使用化肥使庄稼长得更好。

(2)

使发展;使成长加速
This warm weather should bring on the crops.
这种暖和天气有助于农作物的生长。

(3)

帮助;提高; 改善
Study should bring on your Maths.
学习会提高你的数学水平。

bring out

(1)

生产;制造
to bring out a new kind of soap
生产一种新肥皂

(2)

使显露
to bring out the worst in sb.
使(某人)显露其最丑恶的一面
(= draw out)

(3)

鼓励;发言鼓励
Company should bring her out a bit.
与人交往会对她说话方面有所鼓励。
Alice is very shy, try to bring her out.
爱丽丝很怕羞,要设法鼓励他说话。
The applicant was so choked with excitement at the acceptance notification that he could hardly bring out a goodbye.
申请人得到通知说他被录用了激动得连一声'再见'也说不出来。

(4)

使罢工
bring the workers out
要工人罢工

bring round

(1)

使苏醒 (= bring around, bring to)
Someone has fainted, try to send him to hospital at once and bring him round.
有人昏了过去,赶紧设法把他送进医院,使他苏醒过来。

(2)

使改变主张
Bring him round to our point of view.
让他赞成我们的观点。

bring under
镇压;压制;使就范:
Those who oppose us will be brought under.
反对我们的人一定会被迫就范的
Any attempts to bring under the mass movement for civil rights are doomed to failure.
任何镇压民权群众运动的企图都是注定要失败的。
The frost fire has been brought under control.
森林大火已被控制住。
Tyrants always try to bring the people's movement for freedom under.
专制统治者总是企图镇压人民争取自由运动的。
It took the nursery teachers months to bring their class of boys under control.
幼儿园的老师们花了几个月的时间才把男孩子的班级整顿好。

bring up

(1)

教育;养育

(2)

提出;引出
to bring up the question
提出问题

(3)

呕吐

(4)

骤然停止
He was brought up short.
他突然停了下来。

bring up the rear
(队伍)殿后

现代英汉综合大辞典

bring
[briN]
vt.
(brought [brC:t])

(1)

带来, 拿来

(2)

引来; 使得到

(3)

产生, 引起, 导致

(4)

促使; 劝使

(5)

使处于某种状态

(6)

能以(某价钱)出售

(7)

提出(诉讼、论据等)

(8)

[方]陪, 护送
What brings you here today?
今天是什么风把你吹来了?
Her cries brought the neighbours running over.
她的哭声使邻居们跑过来。
Fish is bringing a high price this week.
本周鱼的售价很高。
May I bring you home?
我可以陪你回家吗?

词性变化

bring
[briN]
vi.

(1)

(船等)停下, (船等)到终点(to, up)

(2)

[美俚]生(小孩)
She is brought to bed of yet another baby.
她又生了一个小孩。

习惯用语

bring about

(1)

引起; 致使; 造成; 达成

(2)

【航海】改变航向

(3)

使康复

bring along

(1)

带来

(2)

协助训练; 培养

(3)

帮助快速生长或开花

bring on

(1)

带来

(2)

协助训练; 培养

(3)

帮助快速生长或开花

bring around

(1)

使复苏; 使恢复健康

(2)

使相信; 说服; 使改变观点

(3)

顺便把(某人)带来作客

(4)

【航海】使转至相反方向

(5)

把谈话渐引到自己的话题上

bring round

(1)

使复苏; 使恢复健康

(2)

使相信; 说服; 使改变观点

(3)

顺便把(某人)带来作客

(4)

【航海】使转至相反方向

(5)

把谈话渐引到自己的话题上

bring back

(1)

回忆; 使忆起

(2)

使返回; 归还; 带回来

(3)

恢复; 还原

bring before
向...提交讨论

bring down

(1)

使落下, 使倒下, 击落

(2)

射杀; 射倒

(3)

使垮台; 使倾覆

(4)

减低; 降低

(5)

挫折(傲气)

(6)

一直记录到...

(7)

(通常与on连用)使(灾祸, 惩罚等)落在...

(8)

【数】移下

bring down on oneself
招致(他人的愤怒、惩罚)

bring forth

(1)

引起; 提出

(2)

产生; 致使; 造成

(3)

结(果); 生产(婴儿)

bring forward

(1)

提出

(2)

出示; 展示

(3)

把…提前; 使前进

(4)

【会】将前页底的总数转至次页顶

bring home to sb.

(1)

使某人确实相信; 使某人深切感到

(2)

证实(罪行等)是某人所犯

bring in

(1)

产生(利益); 赚到

(2)

介绍; 引进; 推广; 吸收参加

(3)

收割; 收获

(4)

逮捕; 宣判

(5)

[口](棒球击球员)使跑垒员得分

bring in on
准许参加; 通知

bring low

(1)

使下跌; 使恶化; 使衰落(指健康情况, 地位, 财富等)

(2)

使降低身分; 使低声下气

bring off

(1)

拯救

(2)

经营成功; 完成; 实现

(3)

(4)

运走

bring on

(1)

导致; 引起; 促成; 造成

(2)

介绍登场

(3)

培养; 促进(作物等)生长

(4)

提 出供讨论

bring oneself to
奋力; 下决心

bring out

(1)

揭露; 显示, 解释; 说明

(2)

出版; 演出

(3)

使罢工

(4)

使免除

(5)

带(年轻女子)参加社交活动

(6)

使开花

(7)

说出; 暴露

(8)

诱导; 引出

bring over

(1)

使相信; 说服; 使人改变看法

(2)

把…带过来

(3)

进口; 从外国运来

bring over to
使改变立场

bring through
救活, 治愈(病人), 使脱险

bring to

(1)

使复苏

(2)

停止; 阻碍

(3)

使达到某一总数

(4)

【航海】(船)停下

bring to a pretty pass (= bring to such a pass)
把事情弄糟, 使陷入困境

bring to bear

(1)

产生影响; 加压于

(2)

瞄准; 对准

(3)

应用; 利用

(4)

完成; 实现

bring to oneself
使自己意识到, 使自己清醒过来

bring to pass
使发生; 做到; 实现

bring together
使和解

bring under
降服; 制服; 把…控制住

bring up

(1)

养育

(2)

提出

(3)

教养

(4)

使突然停止

(5)

提升

(6)

开赴前线

(7)

【律】使到法庭受审

(8)

[俗]呕吐

(9)

【航海】抵达航行终点; 下锚

bring up against
使面对

bring up as far as
使上升到

参考词汇
bring     take     fetch     get     carry    
都含“拿”、“带”、“取”的意思。

(1)

bring 指“从别处把东西或人带来”、“拿来”, 如:
He brought a new book with him.
他带来一本新书。

(2)

take 指“把东西带走或拿走”, 如:
Please take the letter to the post office.
请把这封信送到邮局去。

(3)

fetch 指“到别处去把某人或某物带来或拿来”, 如:
She has gone to fetch water.
她去打水去了。

(4)

get 是常用词, 多用于口语, 与fetch 同义, Go and get some water. 去打些水来。 carry 指“随身携带(不说明固定方向)”, 有时含有“负担”的意思, 如:
Let me carry the box for you.
请让我替你拿这个箱子。

美国传统词典

bring
bring
AHD:[br1ng]
D.J.[bri0]
K.K.[br!0]
v.tr.
brought[br?t] bring.ing, brings

(1)

To take with oneself to a place:
brought enough money with me.

(2)

To carry as an attribute or contribution:
You bring many years of experience to your new post.

(3)

To lead or force into a specified state, situation, or location:
bring the water to a boil; brought the meeting to a close.

(4)

To persuade; induce:
The defendant's testimony brought others to confess.

(5)

To get the attention of; attract:
Smoke and flames brought the neighbors.

(6)

To cause to occur as a consequence or concomitant:
Floods brought destruction to the valley. A chill can bring on a cold.

(7)

To cause to become apparent to the mind; recall:
This music brings back memories.

(8)

Law To advance or set forth (charges) in a court.

(9)

To sell for:
a portrait that brought a million dollars.

常用词组

bring around or

bring round

(1)

To cause to adopt an opinion or take a certain course of action.

(2)

To cause to recover consciousness.

bring down

(1)

To cause to fall or collapse.

(2)

To kill.

bring forth

(1)

To give rise to; produce:
plants bringing forth fruit.

(2)

To give birth to (young).

bring forward

(1)

To present; produce:
bring forward proof.

(2)

Accounting To carry (a sum) from one page or column to another.

bring in

(1)

Law To give or submit (a verdict) to a court.

(2)

To produce, yield, or earn (profits or income).

bring off
To accomplish:
bring off a successful advertising campaign.

bring on
To cause to appear:
brought on the dessert.

bring out

(1)

To reveal or expose:
brought out the facts.

(2)

To introduce (a debutante) to society.

(3)

To produce or publish:
bring out a new book.

(4)

To nurture and develop (a quality, for example) to best advantage:
You bring out the best in me.

bring to

(1)

To cause to recover consciousness.

(2)

Nautical To cause (a ship) to turn into the wind or come to a stop.

bring up

(1)

To take care of and educate (a child); rear.

(2)

To introduce into discussion; mention.

(3)

To vomit.

(4)

To cause to come to a sudden stop.

习惯用语

bring down the house
To win overwhelming approval from an audience.

bring home
To make perfectly clear:
a lecture that brought home several important points.

bring to bear

(1)

To exert; apply:
bring pressure to bear on the student's parents.

(2)

To put (something) to good use:
“All of one's faculties are brought to bear in an effort to become fully incorporated into the landscape”(Barry Lopez)

bring to light
To reveal or disclose:
brought the real facts to light.

bring to mind
To cause to be remembered:
Thoughts of fishing brought to mind our youth.

bring to (one's) knees
To reduce to a position of subservience or submission.

bring to terms
To force (another) to agree.

bring up the rear
To be the last in a line or sequence.

语源

(1)

Middle English bringen

(2)

from Old English bringan * see bher- 1

继承用法

bringer
n.

用法

(1)

In most dialects of American English bring is used to denote motion toward the place of speaking or the place from which the action is regarded:
Bring it over here.
The prime minister brought a large retinue to Washington with her. Take

(2)

is used to denote motion away from such a place:
Take it over there.
The President will take several advisers with him when he goes to Moscow.

(3)

When the relevant point of focus is not the place of speaking itself, the difference obviously depends on the context. We can say either The labor leaders brought or took their requests to the mayor's office, depending on whether we want to describe things from the point of view of the labor leaders or the mayor. Perhaps for this reason, the distinction between bring and take has been blurred in some areas; a parent may say of a child, for example,
She always takes a pile of books home with her from school.

(4)

This usage may sound curious to those who are accustomed to observe the distinction more strictly, but it bears no particular stigma of incorrectness or illiteracy. · The form brung is common in colloquial use in many areas, even among educated speakers, but it is not acceptable for use in formal writing.

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