bring with

bring (something) with

slang To take something somewhere; to bring something along. In this informal usage, the phrase ends at "with," without stating the person in possession of the item. I own that book, so I can bring it with tomorrow night.
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bring something with

(Inf. or regional.) to carry something along with [oneself]. Are you going to bring your umbrella with? I brought it with. Don't worry.
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Aromando, Jr, chief executive officer of ABMC, these new executives bring with them the insights and experiences specifically needed to help ABMC target strategic business opportunities in the onsite drugs of abuse testing market, which is growing at an estimated 23 percent annually.