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Synonyms for bring

cause

bring someone down: knock over

bring someone in

bring someone round: wake up

bring someone round: persuade

bring something back: bring to mind

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bring something back: revive

bring something down: overturn

bring something down: reduce

bring something down: cut down

bring something in: produce

bring something out: publish

bring something out: emphasize

bring something up: mention

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Synonyms for bring

to cause to come along with oneself

to succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

to achieve (a certain price)

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bring around: to succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

bring around: to cause to come back to life or consciousness

bring down: to cause to fall, as from a shot or blow

bring down: to bring about the downfall of

bring forth: to give birth to

bring in: to make as income or profit

bring off: to bring about and carry to a successful conclusion

bring out: to present for circulation, exhibit, or sale

bring up: to take care of and educate (a child)

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bring up: to put forward (a topic) for discussion

bring up: to call or direct attention to something

Synonyms for bring

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The images they formed turned out to be symbols associated with Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, of all people--leaves, snakes, and spirals that wrap themselves around the names of the band members, decorations that brought to mind the elaborate initials of illuminated manuscripts.
The display of an outspread chasuble in the middle of the montage brought to mind this apt comparison.
Watching the offbeat romantic comedy ``The Very Thought of You'' brought to mind that great line from Wes Anderson's ``Rushmore'': ``With friends like this, who needs friends?
Hartle notes that the ions could have come from external sources, but he says the observation brought to mind the matter of inward and outward flow through ionospheric holes on Venus, whose magnetic field is also very weak.
The installation obviously brought to mind Seven Ends of the World, the perhaps more monumental work Rehberger created for the 2003 Venice Biennale).
31), brought to mind what to me and perhaps those of my generation was the scariest movie I/we have ever seen.
Compelling for their simple elegance, the umbrellas also brought to mind trees stripped bare by nuclear fallout.
These clean, perfectly constructed pictures of offices and advanced scientific equipment brought to mind hard-edged, Gattaca-style approaches to nature.
The noise of the dive brought to mind a leap into the void or, more accurately, into a liquid and subsuming space.
These painted walls also inevitably brought to mind the utterly precise, masculine rationalism of an artist like Sol Le Witt, to whose work van der Stokker presents a deliberate contrast.
On the ground, strange yellowish puddles stagnated beneath the metal shutter, corroded and oxidized through the application of a water and salt base that brought to mind the strong presence of the sea near Pozzuoli, a port town west of Naples and site of the installation.
This was a grapelike cluster of about three dozen overlapping heads, each approximately the size of a punching bag, suspended on wires from the pole; the vaselike receptacles, bearing the petrified impressions of fingers that handled them fleetingly, aggressively, or tenderly, brought to mind Louise Bourgeois's Lair, 1986.
Tan's use of bright red balloons in these stills (and also in her attempt at balloon flight in Lift) brought to mind Albert Lamorisse's 1956 children's classic The Red Balloon, a short film about a lonely Parisian boy who "befriends" the eponymous plaything.
This brought to mind other references, from rivers and glaciers to jet streams and clouds.
At Artra in Milan in 1996, the small gray stone sculpture he exhibited, a mountain in miniature, brought to mind the hilly landscapes of Fra Angelico and other Tuscan painters of the early Renaissance.