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bring it to her
bring it to her
intransitive verb phrase
1. (infinitive) 
Do you have Amy's purse? If you don't want to bring it to her, I can do it for you.¿Tienes la cartera de Amy? Si no quieres tráersela, puedo hacerlo por ti.
Our secretary needs a copy of your passport. - Ok. Do I bring it to her or send it by mail?Nuestra secretaria necesita una copia de tu pasaporte. – Dale. ¿Se la traigo a ella o la envío por correo?
2. (imperative; used to address one person) 
a. tráeselo (informal) (singular) 
Your mom asked you to give her back her cell phone. Stop playing and bring it to her now.Tu mamá te pidió que le devolvieras su celular. Deja de jugar y tráeselo ya.
b. tráeselo a ella (informal) (singular) 
This toy isn't yours. It's your sister's. Bring it to her, pleaseEste juguete no es tuyo. Es de tu hermana.Tráeselo a ella, por favor.
c. tráigaselo (formal) (singular) 
This package is for Mrs. Monterrey. Bring it to her, please.Este paquete es para la Sra. Monterrey. Tráigaselo, por favor.
d. tráigaselo a ella (formal) (singular) 
Your boss wants the report. Bring it to her, please,Su jefa quiere el informe. Tráigaselo a ella, por favor.
3. (imperative; used to address multiple people) 
a. tráiganselo (plural) 
Your supervisor needs the finished report. Bring it to her.Su supervisora necesita el informe completo. Tráiganselo.
b. tráiganselo a ella (plural) 
Mrs. Costa wants you to return her computer. Bring it to her.La Sra. Costa quiere que le devuelvan su computadora. Tráiganselo a ella.
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