Phrasal Verb: Bring around

Phrasal Verb: Bring around


Meaning: Persuade or convince someone

Example: It took me ages to BRING him AROUND to my point of view.

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Phrasal Verb: Bring around


Meaning: Bring something with you when you visit

Example: He BROUGHT some books AROUND when he came last night.

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Phrasal Verb: Bring around


Meaning: Get someone talking about something

Example: He didn't want to discuss the details, but I managed to BRING him AROUND and he told me everything.

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