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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Four-year-old Marie-Eleni Grimsrud, who was kidnapped by her Norwegian father last April outside her kindergarten in Nicosia, returned to Cyprus on Friday with her dedicated Facebook page 'Help us bring her home' updated with what should be the final chapter of the affair.
"You helped us bring her home -- you did," the post said.
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.
We are desperate to find and bring her home. Please help us bring her home."
The family of a missing vet vowed to "bring her home" yesterday as a man appeared in court charged with her murder.
She said: "It is just so sad, she is such a beautiful, lovely person, the family just want to bring her home."
Anthony help find her and bring her home." The added postscript said simply, "Thank you for helping us bring her home."
Phew, I thought, as long as this little girl is the same one I have held in my heart for three months, she is my daughter and I am going to bring her home.
Charlotte's father, a domineering grocery magnate, hires Maisie Dobbs, a psychologist and investigator, to find Charlotte and bring her home. As part of her investigation Maisie learns that all three of Charlotte's good friends from their Swiss boarding school days have been brutally murdered.
But her family has been told it will cost pounds 10,000 bill to bring her home for Christmas.
Perhaps lottery grants (and money saved by NOT having a local assembly) could be utilised to bring her home.
Her mother, Susan Levy, has urged Congressman Gary Condit to "take the test and help us find our daughter and bring her home, alive and unhurt".
"As soon as we get the funding we can move to a new place and buy the specialist equipment to bring her home.
Grace's illness meant she needed round-the-clock care and her parents would not have been able to bring her home without the 45 hours a week of free nursing care provided by these charities.
But last night her dad, Kenny MacDonald, revealed his wish for 1998 - to find her and bring her home to meet the niece she does not even know she has.