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bring in English:

1. brought


He brought some vegetables.
She has a good command of English though she was brought up in Japan.
A brewery we finance has made a new sweet sake and brought some to us asking us to try it.
A freezing beggar was brought into the hospital for treatment. However, he didn't have even one cent with which to settle the bill.
The bottles of beer that I brought to the party were redundant; the host's family owned a brewery.
Midway through our trip we realized that we hadn't brought enough money.
He brought in over half of his company's sales, so he expected to be given a piece of the pie.
Our team could easily have brought home the bacon, if it weren't for the team's best man being injured.
The box was too big and awkward, so I put these in a bag and brought them.
No single speech can eradicate years of mistrust, nor can I answer in the time that I have all the complex questions that brought us to this point.
Ironically it is war that has brought a great many useful inventions into being.
Japanese children brought up overseas sometimes face great difficulty in adjusting themselves to Japanese schools after returning, even though they have a perfect command of Japanese.
The verdict at issue in these discussions is the one brought in the Lander's trial in 1994.
A woman brought an old picture of her dead husband, wearing a hat, to the photographer.

English word "bring"(brought) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
A1+ irregular verbs 1
Czas przeszły cz. 1
Irregular verbs