German Dictionary

Bringen in English

bringen  to bring     
bringen to bring    ; to fetch    ; to take    ; to convey    ; to cause    

Translation by Vocabulix


Sample sentences:
Wir brachten unsere Eigentümer für eine Weile im Lagerhaus unter.

We stored our belongings in the warehouse for a while.
Die Tram brachte uns direkt zur Kirche. The tram took us right to the church.
Marie hatte Angst vor der Dunkelheit, also musste ich sie nach Hause bringen. Marie was afraid of the darkness, so I had to take her home.
etwas mitbringen; ins Bewusstsein bringen; wiederherstellen bring round
zur Folge haben; mit sich bringen; nach sich ziehen entail
erwähnen; zur Sprache bringen to bring up; to mention
übertragen; überführen; bringen transfer
in Verlegenheit bringen; verlegen machen to embarrass
Opfer bringen make sacrifices; to make sacrifices
anpassen; in Ordnung bringen; einstellen adjust
mit sich bringen; zur Folge haben to involve
bringen; bringen; geben to bring; to bring

Let me know, once you want to proceed. Probably I did not explain myself well enough in the mentioned issue. Lili, can you please print the attachment and go over all the wrong expressions and words?
They are actually lovely hills and do not look threatening at all. That shows us that she actually loves her pregnancy and does not know what to do about it. One can really pitty this woman.
Usually we were not that picky, but we intended to stay in Buenos Aires for almost 10 days. On the first day we walked around the city center and did some shopping in the Florida passage.
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German VerbsPresentPast  
Conjugation of bringen
bringe  bringst  bringt  bringen  bringt  bringen  brachte  brachtest  brachte  brachten  brachtet  brachten     
English Verbs    
Conjugation of bring   [ brought, brought ]
Conjugation of cause   [ caused, caused ]
Conjugation of convey   [ conveyed, conveyed ]
Conjugation of fetch   [ fetched, fetched ]
Conjugation of take   [ took, taken ]