fetch definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To come or pursue and just take or restore: The puppy fetched the stick we had thrown.
    • To come or pursue and just take or recreate: The puppy fetched the stick we had tossed.
    • To cause in the future.
    • resulting in to come.
    • To come or follow and simply take or bring back: The puppy fetched the stick that we had thrown.
    • To bring in as a cost: fetched a lot of bucks at auction.
    • To cause in the future.
    • To attention or attract.
    • To bring in as an amount: fetched a lot of bucks at auction.
    • to-draw in (breath); inhale.
    • To attention or attract.
    • To bring forth (a sigh, as an example) with obvious effort.
    • Informal to provide (a blow) by striking; package.
    • to attract in (air); inhale.
    • Nautical to-arrive at; get to: fetched slot after per month at sea.
    • to carry forth (a sigh, for instance) with obvious effort.
    • Informal to supply (a blow) by striking; price.
    • Nautical to-arrive at; get to: fetched port after a month at ocean.
    • to create in as a cost: fetched 1000 bucks at auction.
    • To attract or entice.
    • To draw in (breath); inhale.
    • to create forth (a sigh, for instance) with apparent work.
    • Informal to provide (a blow) by striking; bargain.
    • Nautical to reach at; reach: fetched slot after a month at ocean.
    • To bear toward anyone talking, or the individual or thing from whose point of view the action is contemplated; to go and deliver; to get.
    • To bear toward the person speaking, or even the individual or thing from whose standpoint the activity is contemplated; to go and deliver; to obtain.
    • To obtain as cost or comparable; to offer for.
    • to acquire as cost or comparable; to market for.
    • To remember from a-swoon; to bring back; -- often with to.
    • To remember from a swoon; to revive; -- sometimes with to.
    • to lessen; to put.
    • to lessen; to throw.
    • to carry to accomplishment; to reach; to help make; to execute, with certain objects
    • to create to achievement; to realize; to make; to do, with particular objects
    • to create or get within reach by going; to attain; to reach at; to obtain; to reach by cruising.
    • To bring or get at your fingertips by going; to achieve; to-arrive at; to achieve; to reach by cruising.
    • resulting in ahead; to bring to a certain condition.
    • To bear toward the individual speaking, and/or person or thing from whose point of view the activity is contemplated; to go and bring; for.
    • To cause to come; to bring to a certain state.
    • to have as price or comparable; to sell for.
    • To remember from a swoon; to regenerate; -- sometimes with to.
    • To reduce; to throw.
    • to carry to success; to attain; to help make; to execute, with particular objects
    • to carry or get within reach by going; to achieve; to arrive at; to realize; to achieve by cruising.
    • To cause to come; to bring to a specific condition.
    • in the future or pursue and take or bring back: The puppy fetched the stick that people had tossed.
    • resulting in ahead.
    • in the future or go after and just take or recreate: The puppy fetched the stick we had thrown.
    • To cause ahead.
    • to create in as an amount: fetched a thousand dollars at auction.
    • To interest or entice.
    • to attract in (breath); inhale.
    • to carry forth (a sigh, like) with obvious energy.
    • Informal to provide (a blow) by striking; deal.
    • Nautical to-arrive at; get to: fetched port after 30 days at water.
    • ahead or pursue and simply take or restore: The puppy fetched the stick we had tossed.
    • To cause to come.
    • to create in as an amount: fetched 1000 bucks at auction.
    • To attention or attract.
    • to attract in (air); inhale.
    • to carry forth (a sigh, for instance) with apparent work.
    • Informal to provide (a blow) by striking; deal.
    • Nautical to reach at; reach: fetched interface after monthly at sea.
    • to carry in as a cost: fetched a lot of bucks at auction.
    • To focus or attract.
    • to attract in (breathing); inhale.
    • to create forth (a sigh, for example) with apparent work.
    • in the future or pursue and take or restore: The puppy fetched the stick that individuals had tossed.
    • Informal to produce (a blow) by striking; offer.
    • To cause in the future.
    • Nautical To arrive at; reach: fetched slot after a month at water.
    • to carry in as a cost: fetched a thousand bucks at auction.
    • To attention or attract.
    • To draw in (breathing); inhale.
    • to create forth (a sigh, including) with apparent effort.
    • Informal To deliver (a blow) by striking; deal.
    • Nautical To arrive at; reach: fetched port after 30 days at ocean.
    • To bear toward the individual talking, or the person or thing from whose point of view the action is contemplated; going and deliver; to obtain.
    • To obtain as price or equivalent; to market for.
    • To remember from a swoon; to regenerate; -- often with to.
    • to cut back; to throw.
    • To bring to achievement; to accomplish; to produce; to perform, with certain items
    • to create or get within reach by going; to reach; to arrive at; to obtain; to attain by cruising.
    • To cause ahead; to carry to a particular condition.
    • To bear toward the individual talking, and/or person or thing from whose point of view the activity is contemplated; going and bring; to have.
    • to have as price or comparable; to market for.
    • To remember from a swoon; to revive; -- often with to.
    • to lessen; to throw.
    • to create to success; to reach; to produce; to perform, with certain things
    • To bear toward anyone speaking, or perhaps the individual or thing from whose standpoint the action is contemplated; going and bring; to get.
    • To bring or get at your fingertips by going; to reach; to arrive at; to attain; to reach by cruising.
    • to acquire as price or comparable; to sell for.
    • resulting in in the future; to bring to a certain condition.
    • To recall from a swoon; to bring back; -- often with to.
    • to cut back; to throw.
    • to carry to achievement; to obtain; in order to make; to execute, with particular things
    • to carry or get within reach by going; to achieve; to reach at; to attain; to attain by sailing.
    • resulting in ahead; to bring to a specific condition.
    • To keep toward anyone talking, or the person or thing from whose standpoint the activity is contemplated; going and deliver; for.
    • to get as price or equivalent; to sell for.
    • To recall from a swoon; to regenerate; -- occasionally with to.
    • To reduce; to throw.
    • to create to achievement; to quickly attain; to produce; to perform, with specific items
    • To bring or get at your fingertips by going; to reach; to reach at; to realize; to achieve by cruising.
    • resulting in ahead; to bring to a specific state.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go after something and return along with it.
    • To retrieve killed game. Applied of a hunting dog.
    • To just take an indirect course.
    • going after anything and return with-it.
    • To access killed game. Used of a hunting dog.
    • Nautical to put up a course.
    • To take an indirect path.
    • Nautical to show about; veer.
    • Nautical to put on a course.
    • Nautical To turn about; veer.
    • going after some thing and return with it.
    • To retrieve killed online game. Used of a hunting puppy.
    • To take an indirect course.
    • Nautical to put up a course.
    • Nautical to make about; veer.
    • to carry your self; to create headway; to veer
    • to carry your self; to help make headway; to veer
    • To bring a person's self; which will make headway; to veer
    • going after anything and return along with it.
    • To recover killed game. Used of a hunting dog.
    • To take an indirect course.
    • Nautical to carry a course.
    • Nautical To turn about; veer.
    • To go after anything and return with it.
    • To retrieve killed game. Used of a hunting puppy.
    • going after anything and return along with it.
    • To just take an indirect route.
    • To recover killed game. Applied of a hunting puppy.
    • Nautical to keep a training course.
    • Nautical to make about; veer.
    • To take an indirect course.
    • Nautical to keep a training course.
    • Nautical To turn about; veer.
    • To go after something and return with it.
    • To recover killed game. Used of a hunting dog.
    • To just take an indirect path.
    • Nautical to carry a training course.
    • Nautical to show about; veer.
    • to create a person's self; in order to make headway; to veer
    • To bring your self; to produce headway; to veer
    • to carry a person's self; in order to make headway; to veer
    • to create your self; to make headway; to veer
  • noun:
    • The work or an example of fetching.
    • A stratagem or trick.
    • The work or a case of fetching.
    • The distance over which a wind blows.
    • A stratagem or strategy.
    • the exact distance traveled by waves without obstruction.
    • the length over which a wind blows.
    • The distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • The act or an example of fetching.
    • A stratagem or technique.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • The distance over which a wind blows.
    • the exact distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • The object of fetching; the source and origin of destination; a force, high quality or tendency which is attracting eg., in a given feature of individual, place, object, concept, etc.
    • the item of fetching; the source and beginning of destination; a force, high quality or propensity which will be attracting eg., in certain attribute of person, spot, item, principle, etc.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • A stratagem where something is ultimately delivered to pass, or in which a very important factor seems intended and another is completed; a trick; an artifice.
    • A stratagem in which anything is ultimately brought to pass, or through which something appears intended and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparition of a full time income person; a wraith; a person's two fold (seeing its said to be a sign this one is fey or fated to perish)
    • The apparition of a full time income individual; a wraith; your two fold (seeing it really is supposed to be an indication that certain is fey or fated to perish)
    • the item of fetching; the source and source of destination; a force, high quality or tendency which is attracting eg., in a given attribute of individual, spot, item, concept, etc.
    • A stratagem in which anything is ultimately delivered to pass, or where a very important factor appears meant and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparition of an income person; a wraith; your double (seeing it's said to be an indication this one is fey or fated to die)
    • A stratagem wherein a thing is indirectly taken to pass, or wherein one thing appears intended and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparation of a living person; a wraith.
    • The unobstructed region of ocean over that the wind blows to build waves.
    • A stratagem through which anything is indirectly delivered to pass, or by which a very important factor appears meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • the size of such an area.
    • The apparation of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • The unobstructed region for the sea over which the wind blows to generate waves.
    • the size of these types of a region.
    • A stratagem through which anything is indirectly brought to pass, or where something seems meant and another is completed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparation of an income individual; a wraith.
    • The unobstructed area for the ocean over that the wind blows to build waves.
    • The length of such a spot.
    • The act of getting and bringing; a reaching out after anything; a drawing in since from a distance.
    • the program through or over which such a thing is fetched or carried; for this reason, the get to or extend of room between two connecting or related things; a line of development or connection from point-to-point.
    • A stratagem through which a thing is indirectly taken to pass, or through which the one thing seems meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • An obsolete and dialectal type of vetch.
    • The apparition of an income individual; a wraith.
    • As soon as the Earl of Cornwall met the fetch of his buddy
    • the activity of fetching
    • The work or an instance of fetching.
    • A stratagem or technique.
    • The act of going and bringing; a reaching out after something; a drawing in as from a distance.
    • the length over which a wind blows.
    • the program through or over which anything is fetched or held; therefore, the reach or extend of space between two connecting or relevant things; a line of development or relation from point-to-point.
    • the exact distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • A stratagem in which a thing is indirectly brought to pass, or by which something appears intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • An obsolete and dialectal type of vetch.
    • The apparition of a full time income individual; a wraith.
    • As soon as the Earl of Cornwall met the fetch of his buddy
    • the activity of fetching
    • The act or an instance of fetching.
    • A stratagem or strategy.
    • The act or an example of fetching.
    • the exact distance over which a wind blows.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • The distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • A stratagem or technique.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • The distance over which a wind blows.
    • The distance traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • The act of going and taking; a reaching out after something; a drawing in as from a distance.
    • The course through or over which anything is fetched or held; ergo, the get to or stretch of area between two connecting or related points; a line of progress or connection from point-to-point.
    • The act or an example of fetching.
    • A stratagem where something is indirectly delivered to pass, or in which the one thing appears meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • A stratagem or strategy.
    • An obsolete and dialectal kind of vetch.
    • the exact distance over which a wind blows.
    • The apparition of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • the thing of fetching; the origin and origin of destination; a force, high quality or tendency which will be attracting eg., in confirmed characteristic of individual, spot, object, principle, etc.
    • the length traveled by waves with no obstruction.
    • A stratagem by which a thing is indirectly taken to pass, or through which one thing appears intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • When the Earl of Cornwall met the fetch of their buddy
    • The apparition of a living individual; a wraith; your two fold (seeing it is said to be a sign that certain is fey or fated to perish)
    • the action of fetching
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • the item of fetching; the origin and source of attraction; a force, high quality or tendency that will be attracting eg., in a given feature of individual, destination, object, principle, etc.
    • A stratagem through which something is ultimately taken to pass, or wherein something appears intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparition of a living individual; a wraith; an individual's double (witnessing it is said to be an indicator this one is fey or fated to perish)
    • A stratagem where something is indirectly brought to pass, or in which one thing seems meant and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparation of an income individual; a wraith.
    • the thing of fetching; the origin and source of attraction; a force, quality or tendency which can be attracting eg., in certain characteristic of person, location, object, concept, etc.
    • The unobstructed region for the ocean over that your wind blows to create waves.
    • A stratagem where a thing is indirectly brought to pass, or in which something appears meant and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparition of a full time income individual; a wraith; your dual (seeing it's allowed to be a sign this 1 is fey or fated to die)
    • the size of such an area.
    • Chiefly British A ghost; an apparition.
    • A stratagem in which a thing is indirectly brought to pass, or in which one thing seems intended and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • Chiefly British A doppelgänger.
    • The apparation of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • The unobstructed area associated with sea over that the wind blows to build waves.
    • The length of these types of an area.
    • A stratagem where a thing is indirectly taken to pass, or by which one thing appears meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • the item of fetching; the foundation and source of attraction; a force, high quality or propensity which will be attracting eg., in certain feature of individual, destination, object, principle, etc.
    • The apparation of an income individual; a wraith.
    • A stratagem where a thing is ultimately delivered to pass, or where something appears meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • The unobstructed area of ocean over that your wind blows to build waves.
    • The apparition of a living individual; a wraith; one's two fold (seeing it is said to be a sign this 1 is fey or fated to die)
    • The length of such a spot.
    • A stratagem through which anything is indirectly brought to pass, or where the one thing appears intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • The act of going and taking; a reaching out after anything; a drawing in since from a distance.
    • The apparation of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • this course through or higher which any such thing is fetched or held; ergo, the get to or extend of space between two connecting or relevant points; a line of progress or connection from point-to-point.
    • The unobstructed region of this sea over that your wind blows to create waves.
    • along these types of a spot.
    • A stratagem where a thing is indirectly brought to pass, or by which one thing appears meant and another is performed; a trick; an artifice.
    • An obsolete and dialectal kind of vetch.
    • The apparition of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • whenever Earl of Cornwall met the fetch of his buddy
    • the action of fetching
    • The act of getting and bringing; a reaching out after one thing; a drawing in because from a distance.
    • The course through or higher which anything is fetched or held; therefore, the get to or stretch of space between two connecting or associated things; a line of progress or relation from point-to-point.
    • A stratagem through which anything is indirectly delivered to pass, or through which the one thing seems meant and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • The work of getting and bringing; a reaching out after something; a drawing in since from a distance.
    • an outdated and dialectal type of vetch.
    • the program through or over which anything is fetched or held; ergo, the get to or stretch of area between two connecting or relevant points; a line of development or connection from point to point.
    • A stratagem by which a thing is ultimately brought to pass, or where one thing seems intended and another is completed; a trick; an artifice.
    • The apparition of a full time income person; a wraith.
    • An obsolete and dialectal type of vetch.
    • The apparition of a living individual; a wraith.
    • whenever Earl of Cornwall found the fetch of their buddy
    • the action of fetching
    • once the Earl of Cornwall came across the fetch of his friend
    • The work of going and taking; a reaching out after anything; a drawing in because from a distance.
    • the activity of fetching
    • The course through or higher which any such thing is fetched or carried; thus, the get to or extend of space between two connecting or related points; a line of development or relation from point-to-point.
    • A stratagem in which anything is indirectly taken to pass, or wherein a very important factor appears intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice.
    • An obsolete and dialectal form of vetch.
    • The apparition of an income person; a wraith.
    • if the Earl of Cornwall came across the fetch of his friend
    • the activity of fetching
  • phrasal-verb:
    • bring up To reach a stopping location or goal; become: "He transpired and out as well and fetched through to their back clear in the area” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up To Attain a stopping place or objective; end up: "He took place and away as well and fetched through to his back clear in the middle of the area” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up In order to make up (lost time, for instance).
    • fetch up to carry forth; produce.
    • fetch up To bring to a halt; end.
    • fetch up to help make up (lost time, for instance).
    • fetch up to create forth; produce.
    • fetch up to create to a halt; end.
    • fetch up To Attain a stopping place or objective; find yourself: "He transpired and away in addition and fetched up on his back clear in the room” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up which will make up (lost time, including).
    • bring up To bring forth; produce.
    • fetch up To bring to a halt; end.
    • fetch up To Attain a stopping location or objective; find yourself: "He took place and out in addition and fetched through to his back evident in the room” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up to create up (lost time, as an example).
    • fetch up to carry forth; produce.
    • fetch up to carry to a halt; stop.
    • bring up To reach a stopping place or goal; become: "He transpired and away at the same time and fetched upon their straight back clear in the center of the area” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up which will make up (lost time, including).
    • fetch up to carry forth; produce.
    • fetch up To reach a stopping destination or objective; wind up: "He went down and out as well and fetched up on their back evident in the room” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up to create to a halt; stop.
    • fetch up which will make up (lost time, for instance).
    • fetch up To bring forth; produce.
    • fetch up to create to a halt; stop.
    • fetch up To Achieve a stopping destination or goal; find yourself: "He transpired and away in addition and fetched through to their straight back clear in the space” ( Madison Smart Bell).
    • fetch up to create up (lost time, including).
    • fetch up to carry forth; produce.
    • fetch up to carry to a halt; stop.
  • verb:
    • To recover; to bear in direction of; going get.
    • to get as cost or equivalent; to sell for.
    • to carry or get within reach by going; to reach; to-arrive at; to attain; to attain by sailing.
    • to create an individual's self; to create headway; to veer; because, to fetch about; to bring to windward.
    • To access; to bear in direction of; to go get.
    • to have as cost or equivalent; to sell for.
    • To bring or get attainable by going; to achieve; to-arrive at; to reach; to achieve by sailing.
    • to carry an individual's self; which will make headway; to veer; as, to fetch about; to bring to windward.
    • To just take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • To take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • To recover; to bear toward; going get.
    • To obtain as cost or equivalent; to sell for.
    • to create or get at your fingertips by going; to achieve; to reach at; to attain; to reach by cruising.
    • to carry a person's self; in order to make headway; to veer; as, to bring about; to fetch to windward.
    • To take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • go or come immediately following and deliver or take right back
    • be sold for a certain price
    • take away or eliminate
    • go or come once and deliver and take right back
    • be sold for a certain price
    • remove or eliminate
    • To retrieve; to bear toward; to go get.
    • To obtain as cost or comparable; to market for.
    • to create or get within reach by going; to achieve; to reach at; to realize; to achieve by cruising.
    • to create a person's self; in order to make headway; to veer; since, to fetch about; to bring to windward.
    • To simply take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • To recover; to keep towards; going get.
    • to get as cost or comparable; to market for.
    • To access; to keep in direction of; to go get.
    • To bring or get attainable by going; to reach; to-arrive at; to reach; to reach by sailing.
    • get or come after and bring and take back
    • To bring one's self; to produce headway; to veer; because, to bring about; to fetch to windward.
    • To obtain as price or equivalent; to offer for.
    • be sold for a certain price
    • To bring or get attainable by going; to attain; to arrive at; to realize; to achieve by sailing.
    • take away or remove
    • To bring your self; to make headway; to veer; as, to fetch about; to fetch to windward.
    • To simply take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • To simply take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • To access; to bear towards; to go get.
    • to acquire as cost or comparable; to market for.
    • to carry or get at your fingertips by going; to achieve; to arrive at; to realize; to reach by sailing.
    • to create one's self; to create headway; to veer; as, to fetch about; to bring to windward.
    • To just take (a breath), to heave (a sigh)
    • go or come after and bring or take back
    • be sold for a specific cost
    • remove or pull
    • get or come after and deliver or take back
    • be offered for a particular cost
    • take away or remove
    • go or come after and deliver and take straight back
    • be sold for a particular cost
    • remove or remove
    • get or come once and bring and take right back
    • be sold for a certain cost
    • eliminate or eliminate
  • adjective:
    • attractive, well-known
    • attractive, well-known
    • attractive, popular
    • attractive, well-known
    • attractive, preferred
    • appealing, well-known
    • appealing, popular
  • others:
    • to carry; generally, going and deliver; get, get, and bring or perform toward one who gives the command or even to where the demand is given: as, fetch a chair from the other area.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • to-draw; heave: since, to fetch a groan.
    • To bring or draw into any desired connection or state; lower, as online game; bring to terms; cause ahead or produce, or even to fulfill an individual's desires: as, money will bring him if persuasion will not; a strong pull will bring it.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • to create; often, going and bring; get, get, and deliver or perform into the person who provides command or to the place where the command is given: as, bring a chair through the various other space.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • to attract; heave: since, to fetch a groan.
    • to carry or draw into any desired relation or condition; reduce, as game; provide terms; cause to come or produce, or even fulfill a person's wishes: as, money will bring him if persuasion will not; a powerful pull will bring it.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • to create right back; bring to; revive.
    • to carry right back; bring to; revive.
    • To cause to come; bring.
    • To bring because an equivalent; procure in exchange, as a cost: as, a commodity is worth what it will fetch; the past lot fetched just a small amount.
    • To cause to come; deliver.
    • To go and just take.
    • To bring because an equivalent; procure in trade, as an amount: as, a commodity may be worth exactly what it will probably fetch; the final lot fetched just a little amount.
    • To bring to accomplishment; effect; just take, make, or perform: because, to fetch a leap or bound; to fetch a top note in performing.
    • To go and just take.
    • to produce; strike; reach in striking: since, to bring one a blow on head.
    • to create to success; impact; just take, make, or perform: as, to fetch a leap or certain; to bring a higher note in singing.
    • To reach; attain to; arrive at; make: as, to fetch the cape by noon; to bring the lows.
    • to provide; attack; reach in striking: since, to bring one a blow regarding the mind.
    • to transport off.
    • To reach; attain to; arrive at; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to bring the lows.
    • To back, as a young child; bring up.
    • to hold off.
    • resulting in to get rid of abruptly in just about any course; provide a standstill. In nautical use, same as to carry up .
    • To rear, as a kid; mention.
    • to carry; typically, going and deliver; go, get, and bring or conduct towards individual who gives the command or even where the demand is offered: as, bring a chair from the other area.
    • (d ) to create; overtake; meet up with.
    • resulting in to avoid all of a sudden in virtually any program; bring to a standstill. In nautical use, identical to to create up .
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • To recover.
    • (d ) to create; overtake; catch up with.
    • to attract; heave: as, to bring a groan.
    • to go or switch: because, to fetch about.
    • to carry or draw into any desired connection or state; reduce, as game; bring to terms; cause ahead or yield, or even to meet an individual's wishes: as, money will fetch him if persuasion will not; a solid pull will bring it.
    • Nautical, to achieve; attain; get.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • to carry straight back; bring to; revive.
    • To cause to come; bring.
    • to carry because an equivalent; procure in trade, as a cost: as, a commodity may be worth exactly what it'll bring; the last good deal fetched only a tiny amount.
    • to recoup.
    • To move or turn: as, to bring about.
    • Nautical, to reach; attain; get.
    • To go and just take.
    • to carry to accomplishment; effect; simply take, make, or perform: since, to bring a leap or bound; to fetch a high note in singing.
    • to produce; strike; attain in striking: since, to bring one a blow from the mind.
    • To reach; attain to; reach; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to fetch the lows.
    • to hold down.
    • To rear, as a child; mention.
    • resulting in to avoid all of a sudden in any training course; provide a standstill. In nautical usage, identical to to carry up .
    • (d ) to generate; overtake; catch up with.
    • to recuperate.
    • to maneuver or switch: because, to fetch about.
    • Nautical, to achieve; attain; enjoy.
    • To bring; typically, going and bring; go, get, and deliver or carry out to your individual who provides demand or even where the command is provided: as, fetch a chair from various other room.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • to-draw; heave: because, to bring a groan.
    • To bring or draw into any desired connection or condition; lower, as game; provide terms; cause ahead or yield, or even meet an individual's desires: as, cash will fetch him if persuasion won't; a solid pull will bring it.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • to carry right back; bring to; revive.
    • To cause ahead; bring.
    • to carry since an equivalent; procure in trade, as a price: as, a commodity is worth what it will probably fetch; the final lot fetched only a tiny amount.
    • to carry; generally, to go and deliver; go, get, and bring or conduct to your one who provides the demand or even where the demand is offered: as, bring a chair from other area.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • To go and simply take.
    • to-draw; heave: because, to bring a groan.
    • to carry to achievement; impact; just take, make, or perform: because, to fetch a leap or bound; to fetch a high note in singing.
    • to carry or draw into any desired relation or condition; reduce, as online game; bring to terms; cause ahead or yield, or even to fulfill your wishes: as, cash will fetch him if persuasion will likely not; a strong pull will bring it.
    • to produce; attack; attain in striking: because, to bring one a blow regarding head.
    • To attraction; attract; fascinate.
    • to attain; attain to; get to; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to bring the lows.
    • To bring straight back; bring to; revive.
    • to hold down.
    • resulting in ahead; bring.
    • To back, as a kid; bring up.
    • to carry; generally, to go and bring; get, get, and deliver or conduct into the individual who provides demand or even where the demand is offered: as, bring a chair through the other area.
    • resulting in to prevent abruptly in virtually any program; provide a standstill. In nautical use, identical to to carry up .
    • To bring because an equivalent; procure in exchange, as an amount: as, a commodity may be worth just what it will fetch; the last great deal fetched only a little amount.
    • (d ) To come up with; overtake; meet up with.
    • going and just take.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • To draw; heave: since, to bring a groan.
    • to carry to success; result; simply take, make, or perform: because, to bring a leap or certain; to fetch a top note in performing.
    • To recover.
    • to supply; hit; attain in striking: since, to fetch one a blow in the head.
    • to go or change: as, to bring about.
    • to create or draw into any desired relation or state; reduce, as game; bring to terms; cause ahead or produce, or to meet an individual's wishes: as, cash will fetch him if persuasion cannot; a solid pull will fetch it.
    • To reach; attain to; arrive at; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to bring the Downs.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • to transport down.
    • to create back; bring to; revive.
    • resulting in ahead; bring.
    • To back, as a kid; bring up.
    • to create because an equivalent; procure in trade, as a price: as, a commodity is really worth exactly what it'll fetch; the last great deal fetched just a small sum.
    • To cause to avoid out of the blue in just about any training course; provide a standstill. In nautical use, same as to carry up .
    • To go and just take.
    • Nautical, to attain; attain; enjoy.
    • (d ) to create; overtake; catch up with.
    • To bring to success; effect; simply take, make, or perform: since, to fetch a leap or certain; to fetch a high note in singing.
    • to recoup.
    • to provide; attack; attain in striking: because, to fetch one a blow on mind.
    • to maneuver or switch: because, to bring about.
    • To reach; attain to; reach; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to fetch the lows.
    • to hold down.
    • to carry; generally, going and deliver; get, get, and deliver or perform towards the one who provides command or to where the command is offered: as, bring a chair from the various other room.
    • To derive; draw, as from a source.
    • To draw; heave: since, to fetch a groan.
    • to carry or draw into any desired relation or condition; bring down, as game; bring to terms; cause ahead or yield, or even to satisfy a person's desires: as, money will fetch him if persuasion wont; a good pull will bring it.
    • To allure; attract; fascinate.
    • To back, as a kid; talk about.
    • to create back; provide; revive.
    • resulting in to get rid of all of a sudden in every program; bring to a standstill. In nautical use, same as to carry up .
    • Nautical, to achieve; attain; get.
    • resulting in ahead; bring.
    • (d ) to create; overtake; meet up with.
    • To bring as an equivalent; procure in exchange, as a price: as, a commodity may be worth just what it'll fetch; the very last great deal fetched just a small sum.
    • to recoup.
    • To go and take.
    • to maneuver or change: as, to fetch about.
    • To bring to achievement; impact; take, make, or perform: as, to bring a leap or certain; to bring a higher note in performing.
    • Nautical, to attain; attain; get.
    • to supply; hit; reach in striking: because, to bring one a blow on mind.
    • to attain; attain to; get to; make: as, to bring the cape by noon; to bring the Downs.
    • to hold off.
    • To back, as a child; talk about.
    • resulting in to avoid suddenly in every course; provide a standstill. In nautical use, just like to bring up .
    • (d ) to generate; overtake; catch up with.
    • to recuperate.
    • to maneuver or switch: as, to fetch about.
    • Nautical, to achieve; attain; get.

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