bring over (PHRASAL VERB [TRANSITIVE]) : to take someone or something from one place to the place where someone else is, especially their home. Macmillan Dictionary
- I’ll bring my holiday photos over when I come.
What "over" does add (as meaning) to the above sentence?
Is there any difference in meaning between the below?
- Can Jake bring over his baseball cards?
- Can Jake bring his baseball cards?