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British pronunciation/bɹˈɪŋ ˈʌp/
American pronunciation/bɹˈɪŋ ˈʌp/
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to look after a child until they reach maturity

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to bring up definition and meaning
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to lift or move something to a higher position

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to bring up definition and meaning
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to mention a particular subject

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to propose a topic or idea to explore and talk about

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to make something stop suddenly and forcefully

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to bring to a sudden stop

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to move to a higher position or status

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08

(of a device) to turn on and activate the operating system

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8.1

(of computers) to display a tab, file, or image on the screen

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to make something appear or start to happen, as if by magic or a sudden command

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to throw up the contents of one's stomach through the mouth

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The aunt helped bring up her nephew after his parents passed away.
As a single parent, she worked hard to bring up her son.
It's essential to bring up a child in an environment that fosters both learning and creativity.
The professor brought up a relevant point in passing.
The wizard could bring up a protective shield around him with a simple incantation.
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