bring (someone or something) over from (somewhere)(redirected from bring you over from)
bring (someone or something) over from (somewhere)
1. To take someone or something along from one location to another. Sure, I can watch Sadie tonight—just bring her over from daycare. I'll bring the movie over from my house so we can watch it at your party.
2. To cause someone or something to travel or move from one location or position to another. Did you hear that they're bringing a new supervisor over from marketing? Discouraged by his current bullpen, the general manager opted to bring a new pitcher over from Cleveland before the trade deadline.
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bring someone over from some place
to bring someone from a place, from nearby, or from a great distance. They brought over the neighbors from across the street. A soprano was brought over from Moscow.
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