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bring (someone) to
to wake someone up, to bring someone to consciousness
The doctor tried to bring the small boy to after he fell into the swimming pool.
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  • bring (something) home to (someone) or bring home (something) to (someone) or bring home to (someone) (something)
  • bring (something) into focus
  • bring (something) into question
  • bring (something) into the open
  • bring (something) off or bring off (something)
  • bring (something) on or bring on (something)
  • bring (something) to (someone's) attention
  • bring (something) to a head
  • bring about (something) or bring (something) about
  • bring around (someone) or bring (someone) around
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  • on the fence (about something)
  • lay waste (to something) or lay (something) to waste
  • red herring
  • get on (someone`s) nerves
  • the real thing
  • day and night
  • in style
  • go together
  • take a gander at (someone or something)
  • raise eyebrows

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    Originally built by Romans in the first century A.D. and later restored in the nineteenth century. The theater was closed for most part but now acts as home to a summer opera festival, Chor?gies d?Orange which began in 1860. The theater remained closed due to opposition from Christian Church's.


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