In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(earn, yield)his job doesn't bring in much money — su trabajo no le reporta mucho dinero
1.3(involve, use)they had to bring the police in — tuvieron que hacer intervenir a la policía
- we have to bring in extra staff in the summer — tenemos que contratar personal extra en verano
- then you can bring in the point about … — entonces puedes introducir lo de …
2.1(introduce)(system/regulation) introducir(regulation/system) implantar(bill) presentar
2.2to bring in a verdict of guilty — declarar culpable a algn
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