There are sentences in which the two words 'take' and bring' are not interchangeable.
Bring me a newspaper when you come. You can't use take here.
Take down the curtains please, I want to wash them. You shouldn't use bring here.
But in your sentence, they can be used interchangeably. Bring seems to be descended from an old Proto Indo-European root *bher cf bear, meaning carry. So there you have your sense of carry! What is the past tense of bring? brung or brought?
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