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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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A common sha, t-junction homes are traditionally considered to be unlucky, bringing with them misfortune, possibly even death.
These new chief executives are bringing with them fresh ideas from outside the sometimes staid confines of the insurance industry.
Simon, the chairman who was ousted by the board of directors in August, had been an executive vice president at Bank Leumi when he came to First New York in the late 1980's, bringing with him clients that propelled the local lender to a $700 million powerhouse and changing the nature of the bank which was founded as the First Women's Bank by active local women such as Sarah Kovner.