Bring Up


Stephanie Wyatt's ESL Blog

Bring Up:
This phrasal verb has a few different meanings. It can mean to raise a child, to begin talking about something, or to vomit.
Examples:
My parents brought me up to be respectful.
I can’t believe he brought up that topic at the dinner table!
He brought up the medicine immediately after taking it.
***This phrasal verb is separable.***

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