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abase to bring down the rank, status, or reputation of; degrade.
achieve to bring about as a result of one's cumulative efforts. [1/3 definitions]
adduce to cite as evidence or proof; bring to bear in argument or discussion.
add up to bring one to a logical conclusion; to make sense.
adjust to bring to a more desirable, fitting, or correct state, relationship, position, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
administer to bring into operation or use; implement. [1/5 definitions]
aggrieve to distress or bring grief to; cause to suffer. [1/2 definitions]
Aladdin in The Arabian Nights, a boy who finds a magic lamp and ring, each of which enables him to bring forth a powerful genie who can grant his every wish.
align to bring (something) into the same line as another. [2/6 definitions]
animate to rouse or bring to life. [1/9 definitions]
antagonize to bring on the hostility of; make an enemy of. [1/2 definitions]
apocalypse any instance of terrible destruction and devastation, esp. on a scale that could bring about an end to the world. [1/3 definitions]
apply to bring into contact with or lay on. [1/6 definitions]
arraign to bring before a court of law to respond to a charge or indictment. [1/2 definitions]
arrange to plan or do what is necessary in order to bring something about (often fol. by "for"). [1/4 definitions]
awake to bring to a keen consciousness of something. [1/6 definitions]
balance to bring into or hold in a state of equilibrium. [1/8 definitions]
bear1 to bring offspring or fruit into being. [1/9 definitions]
berth to bring (a ship) into a docking or anchoring space. [1/6 definitions]
bestialize to turn (a human being) into a beast; bring out the beastly qualities in.
braces an appliance made of wires and bands, attached to the teeth to straighten them and bring them into proper position. [1/2 definitions]