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Synonyms for fetch

to cause to come along with oneself

to achieve (a certain price)

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the action of fetching

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be sold for a certain price

take away or remove

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But it said Fetch wrongly claimed credit for app downloads that occurred without ads ever being clicked.
The UFCs senior vice president for global and content, Joe Carr, said, Fetchs sizeable subscriber base, along with its comprehensive network of ISP and retail partners offers UFC a unique opportunity to extend our distribution footprint to reach new fans and continue the dramatic growth of UFCs brand and the sport of MMA in Australia.
While Fetch has a few tricks up her sleeve, her moveset is drastically limited compared with Deslin's, who had four sets of power compared with Fetch's one.
Fetch says the cohesive approach brings power to a voice that, at times, has been disjointed.
In a test conducted by Fetch, when shoppers scanned Heinz ketchup in the Fetch app, a deal for Heinz mustard was presented to the shopper, resulting in a 20 percent conversion.
Fetch will report to Robert Horler, chief executive officer, Northern Europe, Dentsu Aegis Network.
He said: "Even if you take a major artist like Constable whose Hay Wain will sell for pounds 40 million, there will be other works by him that may fetch just a 100th of that.
After testing the dog's command of nouns with an endless series of drills in which Chaser would fetch the correct toy or ball, a weary Pilley has moved on to verbs.
The two bottles of whisky and one of cognac are expected to fetch several thousand pounds each at the McTear's sale tomorrow in Glasgow.
1 -- 2) The Cowardly Lion costume from ``The Wizard of Oz'' is expected to fetch $400,000-$600,000 at auction.
There's a small ceramic plaque sitting on my bookshelf that depicts a spotted dog running with a stick in his mouth, and the inscription, "Born to Fetch.
A PROGRAMME for Newcastle United's 1924 FA Cup final against Aston Villa is expected to fetch pounds 3,000 at Graham Budd's football auction at Sotheby's in London on November 1.
He dragged it all the way down the hall to you, and if you throw it, he will chase, fetch, and retrieve it.
Edward Weston's "The Breast," which had "only" been expected to fetch $300,000-$400,000, was ultimately hammered down to the Pace-MacGill Gallery for $822,400, setting the abovementioned record, as well as that for any Weston ever to have appeared at auction.