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bring along

To take another person to a particular location or gathering. A noun or pronoun can be used between "bring" and "along." Feel free to bring your sister along tonight—we'd all love to see her. Can I bring along my boyfriend? He's very interested in the lecture topic.
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bring someone or something along (to something)

to bring someone or something with one to some event. I brought my uncle along to the party. Please bring along your camera to the show.
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bring along

v.
To bring someone or something into one's care or keeping while going somewhere: I brought a book along for the long flight. The chaperones will bring along 20 children to the museum.
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References in classic literature ?
That the question therefore was not, whether a man would choose to be always in the prime of youth, attended with prosperity and health; but how he would pass a perpetual life under all the usual disadvantages which old age brings along with it.
Apart from the Group Call shortcut button, the update also brings along a fix for a GIF bug.
"We are also running a 'fashion swap' - bring along an item of clothing that you have had in your wardrobe for ages but haven't worn yet and swap it with something that someone else brings along."
And for every new member an existing member brings along to join until March 7, there's a free week.
When experienced traveler Madeleine Moore takes monthly business jaunts around the country, she brings along her trusty black overnighter.
The Indonesian-born, Amsterdam-based artist spends a fair amount of time far from home, and he brings along a handheld video camera on his various journeys.