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bring charges/a lawsuit/a court case/a prosecution/a claim (against somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbring charges/a lawsuit/a court case/a prosecution/a claim (against somebody)bring charges/a lawsuit/a court case/a prosecution/a claim (against somebody)to begin a court case in order to try to prove that someone has done something wrong or is legally responsible for something wrong Survivors of the fire later brought a billion-dollar lawsuit against the company. The police say they are planning to bring charges against him. bring
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