Bring To The Table - Idiom

Video Overview

The idiom ‘bring to the table' means ‘to provide a useful skill or attribute to a shared task or activity’. The video explains the meaning of the idiom ‘bring to the table' in English. We explain how to use it with some easy examples for Social and Business English.

Video Analysis

This idiom can mean to be useful or good at something in certain situations: “He’s great at making sales, that’s what he brings to the table.” It can also mean to make a contribution or an offer to a discussion or a negotiation.

Further Examples:

  1. I wish they’d notice what I bring to the table and give me a promotion.

  2. I knew what I brought to the table, but they couldn’t see it, so I started my own business.

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