bring to the table

Bring to the table
If you bring something to the table, you make a contribution or an offer in a discussion or negotiation..

The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.

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  • bring to the table — bring (something) to the table to provide something that will be a benefit. Our partners brought useful skills to the table. You have to bring definite suggestions to the table …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring to the table — v. phrase Refers to what one offers or provides, especially in negotiations. Personally, I bring a fork …   Business English jargon and slang

  • bring to the table — verb To provide a suggestion …   Wiktionary

  • bring something to the table — bring (something) to the table to provide something that will be a benefit. Our partners brought useful skills to the table. You have to bring definite suggestions to the table …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring nothing to the table —    If you participate in negotiations and bring nothing to the table, you have nothing of interest to offer the other side.     We ll never reach an agreement if we don t all bring something to the table …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • bring (someone) to the ... table — bring (someone) to the [bargaining/peace etc.] table to persuade a person or a country to join discussions in order to find a solution to a problem. We hope to be able to bring the warring factions to the negotiating table to try to end this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring (someone) to the table — bring (someone) to the [bargaining/peace etc.] table to persuade a person or a country to join discussions in order to find a solution to a problem. We hope to be able to bring the warring factions to the negotiating table to try to end this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring something to the table — …   Useful english dictionary

  • put on the table — bring out in the open, reveal the truth …   English contemporary dictionary

  • come to the ... table — come to the [bargaining/peace etc.] table bring (someone) to the [bargaining/peace etc.] table to persuade a person or a country to join discussions in order to find a solution to a problem. You have to be prepared to make concessions when you… …   New idioms dictionary

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