1. to create some change in a person either physical or in attitude
Example: When Michael is in the office everyone is more relaxed. He has a great sense of humour. He brings out the best in everyone.
(everyone feels happier, everyone works better).
2. to put on the market
Example: The new game will be brought out next October.
3. to publish
Example: The book will be brought out both in English and in French.
to return or to re-appear
Example: The movie was brought back by popular demand for 2 more weeks.
to be successful at something or to achieve something
Example: David is going to try and negotiate on our behalf with the boss. We want a bonus for all our hard work. I hope he can bring it off. I hope he will succeed.
to create, to cause something to happen
Example: The sound of the orchestra brought forth thunderous emotions.
to accomplish something difficult
Example: There was doubt in some quarters whether they could bring off this multi million deal.
So as you can see the English language is once again fascinating in the many uses we can find for a simple five letter verb