bring along


Also found in: Idioms.
Related to bring along: bring about, get away from
Translations

w>bring along

vt sep
(= bring with one)mitbringen
References in classic literature ?
Those which I had purloined at Phutra we had not been able to bring along because their size precluded our concealing them within the skins of the Mahars which had brought us safely from the city.
On learning this, the new party had made haste, during the dispute about Flerov, to send some of their men in a sledge to clothe the stripped gentleman, and to bring along one of the intoxicated to the meeting.
See you again next Sunday A.M., and just you bring along your whole basket of tricks, you old son-of-a-gun."
Momaya drew herself to safety among the leafy branches and thanked the foresight which had prompted her to bring along the dried human ear which hung from a cord about her neck.
People who are coming to Friday's fair are being asked to bring along their own reusable cups and bottles.
People are reminded to bring along a chair and/or a blanket.
According to details, the anti-corruption watchdog has directed the PML-N leader to bring along details of his bank accounts and foreign properties.
"We're not asking for established experts to bring along well-known collections or inviting people to come down in order to have their possessions valued.
Richard Carlton from Newcastle-based The Archaeological Practice will bring along a piece of a 1780s waggonway to display from a dig in which he was involved.
However, Nawaz was not allowed to cast vote as he failed to bring along his CNIC.
We are never short of people who bring along things that may not necessarily have great monetary value but tell a story that can be incredibly poignant, very amusing or reveal something about ourselves or history that we may not have thought of before.
Stallholders are also keen to buy and exchange, so customers should bring along any surplus items they may have for disposal.