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Synonyms for bring


bring someone down: knock over

bring someone in

bring someone round: wake up

bring someone round: persuade

bring something back: bring to mind


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


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)


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)


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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This symbol was adopted early by primitive Christian art "as a convention to represent the angels who, in the Bible, sometimes manifest themselves as handsome young men--and also, sometimes, represent the Christ taken as Angelos, as 'Angel': that is to say, as 'the one sent', a messenger from the Father, and the bringer of salvation".
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The unity among the four Gospels comprises four emphases: the conviction that Jesus is the Messiah, and faith in Jesus as Son of God, as bringer of salvation, and as the "wholly other" who witnesses among human beings to God and his majesty.
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