bring along

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bring along (third-person singular simple present brings along, present participle bringing along, simple past and past participle brought along)

  1. To escort or carry an item or person to a destination.
    You should bring a bottle of wine along.
  2. To be responsible for convincing or causing a group to join alongside oneself
    If we get Jerry, he'll bring along most of the executive committee for the vote.
    She can bring along the voters they need.