Phrasal Verb: bring up (1)
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To mention something.
A person can bring up a conversation topic.
bring up [something] or bring [something] up
At the party, Tony brought up his new job.
Frank always brings his ex-girlfriends up when he meets a new girl.
Do you have a friend that brings up something from the past?
Phrasal Verb:bring up (2)
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To raise (children).
A parent or caregiver can bring up a child.
bring up [someone] or bring [someone] up
My parents brought me up in New York
Brad is bringing his kids up nicely.
Do you know someone who is bringing up their kids right now?
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