bring (one) home

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bring (one) home

To return one to one's residence. You were supposed to bring Jenny home by 10—her mother and I were worried sick! Please bring me home, I'm not feeling well.
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bring home

Get to the heart of a matter, make perfectly clear. For example, The crash brought home the danger of drinking and driving. This term uses home in the figurative sense of "touching someone or something closely." [Second half of 1800s]
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bring home

To make perfectly clear: a lecture that brought home several important points.
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THE mum of a baby aged 14 months who is unable to cry or swallow spoke of her joy as she prepares to bring her home from hospital.
But Tamsin and dad Gene Gill, 23, will meet doctors at Musgrove Park Hospital, in Taunton, Somerset, next week in the hope they can bring her home this month.
Charlotte's father, a domineering grocery magnate, hires Maisie Dobbs, a psychologist and investigator, to find Charlotte and bring her home.
He was determined to find the slow-moving pet and bring her home.
But her family has been told it will cost pounds 10,000 bill to bring her home for Christmas.
We've been told it could cost between pounds 8,000 and pounds 10,000 to bring her home.