bringen

Meanings

1.
to bring
2.
to have the guts
(colloquial, "etwas bringen". Usually, the phrasing is "Ich bringe es nicht, ...")
3.
to make
("jemanden (Acc) zu etwas bringen." German does NOT use "make" in that sense but "bringen" instead. )
4.
to take/accompany someone somewhere
("Ich bringe dich zum Bahnhof". "nehmen" would sound weird in this context.)
Opposite (closest): holen

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Word of the Day - "bringen"

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Vocab:

bringen, beibringen, verbringen, umbringen


Word Family

Root: *bher-

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