1. to bring — to take — to fetch
to bring — to come with, to carry or lead. If you bring someone or something with you when you come to a place, you have them with you. If you ask someone to bring you something, you are asking them to carry or inove it to the place where you are. Please, brins your calculator to every lesson. He would have to brine Judy with him. Brine me a glass of water, please.
to take — to move or carry sth from one place to another. If you take someone or something with you when you go to a place you have them with you. If you take them to a place you carry or drive them there. It’s Richard’s turn to take the children to school. She gave me some books to take home.
to fetch — to go and get sth from another place and bring back. If you fetch sth, you go to the place where it is and return with it to the place where you were before. Let me fetch a chair for you.
2. to cry — to weep — to sob
to cry — to produce tears from the eyes as a sign of sorrow. The boy fell over and started cruine.
to weep (formal) — to cry tears because of sadness or strong emotion, usually quietly and for a long time. Weepins. the mourners followed the coffin to the churchyard.
to sob — to cry noisily while taking short breaths. She couldn't stop crying and sobbed herself to sleep.
3. to long — to wish — to yearn
to long — to want sth very much, especially when this used to happen or existed in the past. He lonsed for the good old days when teachers were shown respect.
to wish (formal) — to want strongly to do sth. Everyone has the right to smoke if he or she wishes, but not the right to ruin the health of those around them.
to yearn (formal) — to want sth so much that you do not feel happy or complete without it, but you know you are not likely to get it. Above all the prisoner uearned for freedom.