Spanish Dictionary

Traer in English

traer      to bring     
traer     to bring    ; to attract    ; to cause    ; to wear    ; to have    ; to carry    
traer     to fetch    

Pronunciation of traer    

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Sample sentences:
Él le trajo un gran ramo de narcisos y rosas.

He brought her a big bunch of daffodils and roses.
Los tres Reyes Magos trajeron ofrendas al Niño Jesús. The three magi brought offerings to baby Jesus.
Ella trajo té y masitas en una bandeja de plata. She brought tea and cookies on a silver tray.
traer to bring get
traer to bringtr
Traer Bring

We can recognize the facts and how they are. So we might observe a lot of things but we will never understand, we will never know why the flower is red, what brought the little aninal to that height.
I interpret this as follows: It reflects the calm life without any hectic atmosphere. The life that these two are looking for (like they did before) is far away: Far away, beyond the river.
The ferry took me to the island. Sitting next to me there was a local guy with two packs of beer, and he seemed pretty drunk for this hour of the day. He offered me some beer and I was polite.
Check out these translations tiíta    ternero    tejer    tachuela    superior    subestimar    solamente    simposio    serenata    sede   

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of traer
traigo  traes  trae  traemos  traéis  traen  traía  traías  traía  traíamos  traíais  traían  traje  trajiste  trajo  trajimos  trajisteis  trajeron  traeré  traerás  traerá  traeremos  traeréis  traerán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of attract   [ attracted, attracted ]
Conjugation of bring   [ brought, brought ]
Conjugation of carry   [ carried, carried ]
Conjugation of cause   [ caused, caused ]
Conjugation of fetch   [ fetched, fetched ]
Conjugation of have   [ had, had ]
Conjugation of wear   [ wore, worn ]