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Expresiones y frases - Verbo 'To bring'
Idioms - Verb 'To bring'
|to bring a lump to one's throat||hacérsele a alguien un nudo en la garganta|
|to bring down the house||ser todo un éxito|
|to bring home the bacon||ganar el pan|
|to bring out the best/worst in someone||sacar lo mejor/peor de alguien|
|to bring someone down a peg or two||bajarle los humos a alguien|
|to bring someone to heel||poner a alguien en vereda|
- That final scene was so moving! It brought a lump to my throat.
- Peter's performance of 'Hamlet' really brought down the house.
- Nowadays it's very common for both parents to bring home the bacon.
- Mike's arrogance brings out the worst in him. It's so annoying!
- The next time he yells at you I'll bring him down a peg or two.
- My sister didn't want to do her homework but my dad soon brought her to heel.
|to bring someone to their knees||derrotar a alguien|
|to bring something to a close||terminar algo|
|to bring something to light||sacar algo a ala luz|
|to bring something to mind||recordar algo|
|to bring up the rear||cerrar la marcha|
- The Germans were brought to their knees by the Allies in 1945.
- The evening was brought to a close with a speech by Mr. Philips.
- The human genome was only brought to light a few years ago.
- Sinatra's music always brings me good memories to mind.
- My horse is the one bringing up the rear.