bring (someone or something) over to (some place)(redirected from bring you over to)
bring (someone or something) over to (some place)
To take someone or something along from one location to another. Sure, I can watch Sadie tonight—just bring her over to my house after daycare. I'll bring the movie over to your party.
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bring someone over ((to) some place)
to bring a person for a visit to some place. Why don't you bring her over to our place for a visit? You should bring over your girl-friend for a visit.
bring someone over to something
to bring someone for a visit and a meal or other event. Please bring your friend over to dinner sometime. I want to bring over my husband sometime.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- bring over to
- bring (someone or something) over
- bring (someone or something) over from (somewhere)
- bring over from some place
- bring over some place)
- in accord with (someone or something) about (someone or something)
- leave (someone or something) (at) (some place)
- send (someone or something) to (someone, something, or some place)
- send to