Phrasal Verbs beginning with BRING



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Phrasal Verbs beginning with BRING :



bring about : cause

1. The new manager has brought about many changes.


bring off : achieve something difficult

1. They brought off an unexpected victory.


bring out : publish
bring out : put on the market

1. Mr. Shukla has brought out three books this year.
2. The makers are bringing out a new kind of soap.


bring round : bring back from unconsciousness

1. The girl fainted. But we soon brought her round again.


bring round : persuade someone to change his opinion

1. WE must bring him round to our point of view.


bring up : rear of educate children

1. They have brought their children up very well.


bring up : mention or introduce for discussion

1. I will bring the matter up at the next meeting.









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