Present Tense: Bring Up/ Brings Up
-ing Form: Bringing Up
Past Tense: Brought Up
Past Participle: Brought Up
To bring something from a lower level/place to a higher level/place.
He managed to bring up the station's TV ratings.
The delivery man brought the order up to the tenth floor.
To introduce or mention a particular topic in a conversation.
Don't bring up his divorce when you see him.
Why didn't you bring up the missing money?
To raise a child.
Her parents brought her up very well. She is an amazing young lady.
We were brought up on home cooked meals, so we rarely eat at restaurants.
Dad ______ ___ all his old A-tracks from the basement to play at the family gathering.
Who would've thought that ________ ___ a puppy is like _______ ____ a child? It requires the same patience and money.
If you ______ ____ his name one more time, I am going to scream.
Let's call room service to _______ ____ some food and wine.
The twins were ______ ____ by their father.
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