bring in

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Synonyms for bring in

bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment

be sold for a certain price


submit (a verdict) to a court

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Ask them to bring in recordings of songs that contain references to thunder and lightning.
* Bring in a small toaster oven or move the class to the homeeconomics room to experiment with recipes that use either baking soda and an acid or baking powder.
Verdict: Good HUDDERSFIELD Window report: Failed to bring in the quality required to boost their flagging survival hopes.
d), WHAT THEY NEED: Selling Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini could bring in up to PS38m for new players and FC Twente winger Leroy Fer is in boss Roberto Martinez's sights.
''But my ultimate belief is that we will complete our programme of getting the people that Alex wants, obviously ideally he'd like to bring inS a lotmore than Birmingham City could afford.