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To take something somewhere

bring

verb

to take someone or something from one place and have them with you when you arrive somewhere else

deliver

verb

to take something, especially goods or letters, to a place

take

verb

to cause someone or something to be in a new position or condition

rush

verb

to take or send someone or something somewhere in a hurry

carry

verb

to take or deliver a message to someone

bring along

to take someone or something with you when you go somewhere

transfer

verb

to move someone or something from one place to another

cart

verb

to carry or take something somewhere, especially something that is heavy or difficult to hold

drop

verb

to take something to a place and not stay there very long

bear

verb

to carry or take someone or something somewhere

emoji

a small digital image … which is used in electronic communication to express emotion or other simple concepts

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flop

a complete failure

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major on (doing) sth

to have or do a lot of something; to focus on a particular thing

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