- bring up
|part of speech:
||brings, bringing, brought
||to take or carry something from one place to another, or to take a person with you to the place where you are going.
Please bring a pencil and a calculator when you come to class.John brought his girlfriend to the party.
- convey, fetch
- similar words:
- bear, carry, deliver, take, transport
bring or take?
usually means to carry something with you when you come to a place. Take
usually means to carry something with you when you go from a place.
- Bring your notebook when you come to class.
- Take your test papers when you go home.