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Pronunciation of Bringer: Learn how to pronounce Bringer in English correctly

Learn how to say Bringer correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word bring:

verb (past and past participle brought /brɔːt/)
[with object]
1take or go with (someone or something) to a place:
she brought Luke home from hospital
[with two objects]:
Liz brought her a glass of water
cause (someone or something) to come to a place:
what brings you here?
a felony case brought before a jury
figurative
his inner confidence has brought him through his ordeal
(bring someone in) involve (someone) in a particular activity:
he has brought in a consultancy company
cause someone to receive (an amount of money) as income or profit:
two important Chippendale lots brought £10,000 each
[with two objects]:
five more novels brought him £150,000
cause (someone or something) to move in a particular direction:
he brought his hands out of his pockets
heavy rain brought down the ceiling
cause (something):
the bad weather brought famine
2cause (someone or something) to be in a particular state or condition:
an economic policy that would have brought the country to bankruptcy
I’ll give you an aspirin to bring down your temperature
3initiate (legal action) against someone:
riot and conspiracy charges should be brought against them
4 [usually with negative] (bring oneself to do something) force oneself to do something unpleasant:
she could not bring herself to mention it