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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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When somebody takes a book from its collection, the theory is that they could bring one along to replace it.
I used to bring one along when guiding, partly for coyotes but partly because some clients turned out to be over-gunned.
A picnic basket will only add to this perfect location so feel free to bring one along.
Bring one along - it doesn't have to be Burns - and win praise and a prize.
I sometimes wear a pedometer on bird hunts but failed to bring one along on this trip.