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bring along

To take another person to a particular location or gathering. The guest can be named between "bring" and "along" or after "along." Feel free to bring your sister along tonight—we'd all love to see her. Can I bring along my boyfriend? He's very interested in the lecture topic.
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bring someone or something along (to something)

to bring someone or something with one to some event. I brought my uncle along to the party. Please bring along your camera to the show.
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bring along

v.
To bring someone or something into one's care or keeping while going somewhere: I brought a book along for the long flight. The chaperones will bring along 20 children to the museum.
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My father worked two jobs, so my uncle Paul and his family would often bring us along when they were visiting my grandparents.
Once a month she would take five or six students out for pizza and roller skating, and she would always bring us along, and we got to see what she was doing.
They want, kind of, the conventional idea of, 'we want a schedule, we want to follow you, we want you to bring us along with you'.
The basket just felt really, really huge, and I felt I was in a good rhythm,'' Bryant said, ``but I realized what we're trying to do as a basketball club, so I had to step back a little bit and try and bring us along.
Employers must be made to understand that when they make technological changes, they must bring us along,'' said ILWU Vice President James Spinosa, the union's chief negotiator.