meaning of bring in

bring in meaning in General Dictionary

submit (a verdict) to a judge

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  • earn on some commercial or company deal; earn as income or wages
  • be sold for a specific price
  • send
  • make an innovative new person or object into a familiar environment

Sentence Examples with the word bring in

On the 30th of April 1689 he moved for leave to bring in a bill to settle the charters and privileges of the university of Cambridge, just as Sir Thomas Clarges did for Oxford at the same time, and he wrote a series of letters to Dr Lovel, the vice-chancellor of the university, on points which affected the interests of the university and its members.

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