bring\ along


bring\ along
1. III
1) bring along smb., smth. /smb., smth. along/ bring one's sister (one's wife, one's children, etc.) along прийти вместе с сестрой u т. д.; bring one's violin (the new book, your camera, etc.) along захватать /прихватить, взять/ свою скрипку и т. д. с собой, прийти со скрипкой и т. д.; why don't you bring your friends along? почему бы вам не привести своих друзей?
2) bring along smb. /smb. along/ bring along swimmers (young athletes, trainees, etc.) готовить /тренировать/ пловцов и т. д.
2. IV
bring along smth. /smth. along/ in some manner a spell of rain (fine weather, the warm sun, etc.) will bring flowers (vegetables, grass, etc.) along very nicely после этих дождей и т. д. хорошо пойдут цветы и т. д.; the fine spell we've been having will bring the crops along properly теплая погода, которая сейчас стоит, очень хороша для урожая /будет способствовать урожаю/
3. XXI1
bring smb., smth. along to smth. bring a friend (your wife, your brother, etc.) along to the party приводить друга /приходить вместе с другом/ и т. д. на вечер; bring smb., smth. along with one bring your books (your guitar, etc.) along with you прихвати с собой книги и т. д.; you must bring your sister along with you ты должен прийти с сестрой

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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