bring in definition

  • verb:
    • To introduce a fresh guideline, law, or system of organisation.
    • To introduce you or group to an organisation.
    • to make cash for a company and for the family.
    • to come back a verdict in a court of law.
    • to go one thing inside.
    • be sold for a specific cost
    • submit (a verdict) to a court
    • bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment
    • To introduce a unique rule, legislation, or system of organisation.
    • earn on some commercial or company transaction; earn as income or wages
    • To present you or group of people to an organisation.
    • transfer
    • to make cash for a company or for your family.
    • To return a verdict in a court of law.
    • to go anything indoors.
    • be offered for a certain cost
    • submit (a verdict) to a court
    • bring in a fresh person or object into a familiar environment
    • earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or earnings
    • transfer

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