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bring round

1. To bring (someone) back to consciousness, as after a fainting spell or coma. You were out for about an hour, so I used smelling salts to bring you round.
2. To bring (something or someone) to a certain location, especially where someone lives. Thanks for lending me that book! I'll bring it round next week after I'm finished. I'm bringing Sally round to my parents' house tonight for dinner.
3. To persuade (someone) of one's own view or beliefs. After laying out the facts, I was able to bring them round to my position.
4. To introduce or change a topic of conversation. No one wanted to talk about it, so I had to be the one to bring the conversation round to what we would do with the old house.
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And the compromise move by British diplomats at the UN headquarters in New York may not be enough to bring round the French, Russians and Germans.
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If you were housebound or infirm, you could ring up and they would bring round a loaf.
When we finished all the night shooting, Clint said he would bring round some English beer to celebrate," says Armstrong.
Earlier in the day, an attempt was made to bring round Taylor, who had been under heavy sedation in the intensive-care unit of Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, since his admission with head injuries following a fall at Perth on Friday, but this was not persevered with.
He did his best - although, if we're nit-picking, making your mum buy you dinner and ordering friends to bring round bottles of wine is probably breaking the rules - but he just couldn't pull it off.
Locals said she would sometimes bring round bread and potatoes.
Then got a phone call from one of her neighbours asking when it would be convenient to bring round her clothes - and her cat.
wine by looking for the grooviest label (yes, so do we), then wonder why the bottles other people bring round always taste better than yours (ditto), it's time to read Red Wine and White Wine, both by Jonathan Ray (pounds 8.
FIRST a pounds 1mpink rock now Becks is reported to be splashing out pounds 10mon a Swiss chalet in a bid to bring round wife Victoria following the recent sex scandal allegations.
Pay attention to the pilot's voice and use oflanguage for any reference to alcohol however vague ``We're currently boozing at 30,000 ft and the stewardess will shortly bring round what's left of the drinks trolley.
The compromise move by British diplomats at the UN may not be enough to bring round the French,Russians and Germans.
At six-over-par after seven holes of his second round, Woosnam said he was on the point of asking the sponsors for one of their mobile phones so he could tell his pilot to bring round his private jet and take him back home to Jersey.
Dominick O'Byrne attacked Mary Kearney after charging into her flat and threatened to bring round a gang of thugs unless she moved out.
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