1. to take
I forgot to take the medicine.
I am going to take a shower.
to take a day off
not to take
Don't forget to take your umbrella.
Inglés palabraemmener"(to take) ocurre en conjuntos:Francuski 14
2. to lead away
Bring it here.
I'm still waiting for my breakfast. Bring it to me now, please.
He promised to bring new industries to the region, but politicians rarely keep their word.
Make ten copies of that document and bring it to conference room number 1.
A horseshoe and a four-leaf clover bring good luck.
They believed the jewel would bring disaster.
She would often bring home table scraps from the restaurant where she worked to feed to her dog.
Scientists say many factors bring about changes in weather.
Some people bring joy wherever they go, and some people bring joy whenever they go.
If you have a certificate of immunization, please bring it when you come.
The Ugandans depend on their coffee crop to bring money into the country.
Poverty does more to bring out the worst in people and conceal the best than anything else in the world.
Sentence Number 888,888 will bring its owner years upon years of luck.
Kids these days have no imagination whatsoever. Only a nationwide revolution and sweeping economic reform will bring the hoop and stick back into vogue.
You must bring the person who is immediately concerned with the accident.
Inglés palabraemmener"(bring) ocurre en conjuntos:French verb workbook