bring home to

bring home to
Synonyms and related words:
account for, accredit with, accrete to, accuse of, acknowledge, afford proof of, anathematize, apply to, ascertain, ascribe to, assign to, assure, attach to, attaint, attribute to, be convincing, blacklist, blame, blame for, blame on, bring over, bring round, bring to reason, carry conviction, censure, charge on, charge to, charge with, cinch, clinch, condemn, confess, connect with, convert, convict, convince, credit with, damn, demonstrate, denounce, denunciate, determine, doom, drive home to, engrave, engrave on, establish, etch, excommunicate, fasten upon, father upon, find guilty, fix, fix on, fix upon, follow, follow from, hang on, have a case, hold good, hold water, impress upon, impute to, inspire belief, lay to, lead to believe, make good, make it felt, make out, nail down, pass sentence on, penalize, persuade, pin on, pinpoint, place upon, point to, pronounce judgment, pronounce sentence, proscribe, prove, prove to be, prove true, refer to, remove all doubt, saddle on, saddle with, satisfy, sell, sell one on, sentence, set at rest, set down to, settle, settle the matter, settle upon, show, stamp, stamp on, talk over, task with, win over

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  • bring home — If you bring something home, you explain it or make it very clear …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • bring home to — ► bring home to make aware of the significance of. Main Entry: ↑home …   English terms dictionary

  • bring home to — 1. To prove to, in such a way that there is no way of escaping the conclusion 2. To impress upon • • • Main Entry: ↑home …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring home — verb 1. make understandable and clear (Freq. 3) This brings home my point • Hypernyms: ↑show, ↑demo, ↑exhibit, ↑present, ↑demonstrate • Verb Frames …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring home — v. (D; tr.) ( to make known ) to bring home to (the bombing brought the war home to the civilian population) * * * (D; tr.) ( to make known ) to bring home to (the bombing brought the war home to the civilian population) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bring home — {v.} To show clearly; emphasize; make (someone) realize; demonstrate. * /The accident caused a death in his family, and it brought home to him the evil of drinking while driving./ * /A parent or teacher should bring home to children the value and …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bring home — {v.} To show clearly; emphasize; make (someone) realize; demonstrate. * /The accident caused a death in his family, and it brought home to him the evil of drinking while driving./ * /A parent or teacher should bring home to children the value and …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bring home — verb a) To earn (money) I bring home 10000 dollars a month. b) To make clearer or better understood This brought home the inadequacies of NIH policy regarding informed consent, as well as its continued reliance on the ethical judgment of its… …   Wiktionary

  • bring\ home — v To show clearly; emphasize; make (someone) realize; demonstrate. The accident caused a death in his family, and it brought home to him the evil of drinking while driving. A parent or teacher should bring home to children the value and pleasure… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bring home the bacon — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To support your family; earn the family living. * /He was a steady fellow, who always brought home the bacon./ 2. To win a game or prize. * /The football team brought home the bacon./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bring home the bacon — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To support your family; earn the family living. * /He was a steady fellow, who always brought home the bacon./ 2. To win a game or prize. * /The football team brought home the bacon./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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