- to bring
- vt.获得,变成,收获,使得,挣得,受到(惩罚,打击等),染上,抓住 vi.到达,成为,变得 n.生殖,幼兽
- He brings me in now and sits me down in front of the fire and brings over two mugs full of steaming mocha coffee.he goes and gets some cream and swirls it on the top.
- For I told him we must not presume to eat of our patroon's bread he said that was true; so he brought a large basket of rusk of their kind and three jars with fresh water into the boat;
- He is only using the malaysian people as a pretext and my ignorant compatriots are being made use of by him.
- To pay my school fees they've had to scrape up every penny even the little spent on salt....
- I brought the pots and pans.
- Sir remove your paw...
- An imitation book; used to fill bookcases of people who wish to appear scholarly.
- Some even scoff at the store's efforts to spruce up its image.
- 1now A man named ananias together with his wife sapphira also sold a piece of property.2with his wife's full knowledge he kept back part of the money for himself but brought the rest and put it at the apostles'feet.
- The wench is not for sale at this moment.
- Tales of high-earning beggars have often been used in india to justify intolerance.
- All right get one.and scare up my reading glasses.
- Here's the mess kit I brought.
- Such conditions would have been especially harsh for a tree adapted to temperate climes such as the norway spruce stradivari's favorite for making soundboards.
- Not very good for growing because it does not provide enough of the right kind of light spectrum.