Idiom: Bring to the table
If you bring something to the table, you make a contribution or an offer in a discussion or negotiation.Country: International English | Subject Area: Furniture and household fittings | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Under the table
- Put your cards on the table
- Bring someone to heel
- Bring on board
- Lay on the table
- Bring the curtain down
- On the table
- Bring home
- Bring someone to book
- Bring the house down
- Bring a knife to a gunfight
- Bring home the bacon
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