To raise (a lawsuit, charges, etc.) against somebody. (verb)
To pitch, often referring to a particularly hard thrown fastball. (verb)
Examples of word bring
His first veto will bring it down to 29%â€¦.second veto will net 28%â€¦..bring on the bills, bring on the vetoes, but by all means bring â€˜em on with impeachment proceedings.
I was sitting in Ron's when my phone rang. * bring bring* "Hello?"
His first veto will bring it down to 29%….second veto will net 28%…..bring on the bills, bring on the vetoes, but by all means bring ‘em on with impeachment proceedings.
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson paid me to find you and bring you back; offered a bonus for the ’bring you back’ part.
IV. iii.188 (361,1) Let it no more bring out ingrateful man!] [W: out to ungrateful] It is plain that _bring out_ is _bring forth_, with which the following lines correspond so plainly, that the commentator might be suspected of writing his note without reading the whole passage.