How to Conjugate Bring Up
- Infinitive: Bring Up
- Present Tense: Bring Up/ Brings Up
- -ing Form: Bringing Up
- Past Tense: Brought Up
- Past Participle: Brought Up
Definitions of Bring Up:
1. To bring something from a lower level/place to a higher level/place.
Examples: He managed to bring up the station’s TV ratings.
The delivery man brought the order up to the tenth floor.
2. To introduce or mention a particular topic in a conversation.
Examples: Don’t bring up his divorce when you see him.
Why didn’t you bring up the missing money?
3. To raise a child.
Examples: 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.
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