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    fetch

    When you go to town, could you fetch my dry-cleaning for me?2 achieve (a particular price) when sold.

    The picture fetched a record price of $20 million in the auction.



    Please explain these two sentences.

    Thank you.

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    Re: fetch

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    1-- Please pick up and bring back my drycleaning.
    2-- The picture got a $20M bid and brought in $20 million.
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    Re: fetch

    I can't still get them.

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    Re: fetch

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    What part do you not understand, Viet Ghat?

    '2 achieve (a particular price) when sold.'-- this is misplaced in your post, and is a definition for your 2nd sentence.

    And here is a definition for FETCH.
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