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fetch /fetʃ/ verb [transitive]

رفتن واوردن ، بهانه ، طفره ، واکشیدن ، واکشی ، کامپیوتر: واکشی ، ورزش: مسافت طی شده با وجود باد نامساعد
الکترونیک: واکشیدن ، واکشی ، کامپیوتر: مسافت طی شده با وجود باد نامساعد ، ورزشی: اوردن ، رفتن واوردن ، بهانه ، طفره ، واکشیدن ، واکشی کامپیوتر: واکنشی-اخذ

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- bring, carry, convey, deliver, get, go for, obtain, retrieve, transport
- sell for, bring in, earn, go for, make, realize, yield
English Thesaurus: cost, price, value, charge, fee, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. fetch1 S3 /fetʃ/ verb [transitive]
[Language: Old English; Origin: fetian, feccan]

1. especially British English to go and get something or someone and bring them back:
Quick! Go and fetch a doctor.
Shannon went upstairs to fetch some blankets.
fetch somebody/something from something
Would you mind going to fetch the kids from school?
fetch somebody something/fetch something for somebody
Fetch me some coffee while you’re up.

2. to be sold for a particular amount of money, especially at a public sale – used especially in news reports:
The painting is expected to fetch at least $20 million.

3. fetch and carry to do simple and boring jobs for someone as if you were their servant:
Am I supposed to fetch and carry for him all day?

4. British English to make people react in a particular way:
This announcement fetched a huge cheer from the audience.
fetch up phrasal verb British English informal
[always + adverb/preposition] to arrive somewhere without intending to Synonym : end up:
I fell asleep on the train and fetched up in Glasgow.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. fetch2 noun
play fetch if you play fetch with a dog, you throw something for the dog to bring back to you

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

BAD: She has already packed all her belongings and I just have to fetch them to her new flat.
GOOD: She has already packed all her belongings and I just have to take them to her new flat.

Usage Note:
Bring means ‘come with sb/sth’ (NOT ‘go’): ‘Could you bring me a glass of water, please?’ ‘I’ll see you tomorrow at the club, and remember to bring your tennis racket!’
Take means ‘go with sb/sth’ (NOT ‘come’): ‘You take the shopping indoors and I’ll put the car away.’ ‘When I go on holiday, I like to take a good book with me.’
You usually take someone home, to school or to a cinema/restaurant/airport etc (NOT bring/lead/send/carry ): ‘Lucy took us to Stratford to see a play.’ ‘If you need a lift to the station, as Peter to take you.’
Lead If you lead someone to a place, you guide them there by walking in front of them, holding them by the arm, etc: ‘Some blind people like to be led across the road.’ ‘The children led me through the wood to their secret hiding place.’
Send If you send a person somewhere, you tell them to go there. You do not go with them: ‘My company sends one of us to Singapore every six months.’
Fetch If you fetch something, you go the place where it is and come back with it: ‘We waited at reception while the porter fetched our luggage.’
Carry If you go somewhere with something in your hands, in your arms, on your back etc, you carry it: ‘She carried her chair into the garden and sat in the sun.’ ‘In some countries women carry their babies on their backs.’
Collect/fetch If you collect or fetch someone (from somewhere), you go there and bring them back with you: ‘I have to collect the children from school at 4 o’clock.’
Pick up If you pick up someone (at a place), you go to the place where they are waiting, usually in a car or other vehicle, and then take them somewhere: ‘I’ll pick you up at your house just after seven. That gives us half an hour go get to the stadium.’

BAD: I'll come and fetch you at the airport.
GOOD: I'll come and fetch/collect you from the airport.
GOOD: I'll come and pick you up at the airport.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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