Definition of 'bring up'
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She is naturally very funny and can riff amusingly on almost any subject we bring up. The Sun (2013)It is far more damaging being brought up in a hostile environment with warring parents. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A bit of fish, fresh vegetables... It's how I was brought up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: bring up /brɪŋ ʌp/ VERB
If you bring up a child, you look after it until it is grown up.
She brought up four children.
- American English: bring up
- Arabic: يُرَبِّي
- Brazilian Portuguese: criar filhos
- Chinese: 培养
- Croatian: odgojiti
- Czech: vychovat
- Danish: opdrage
- Dutch: opvoeden
- European Spanish: criar
- Finnish: kasvattaa lapsia tms.
- French: élever
- German: großziehen
- Greek: ανατρέφω
- Italian: educare
- Japanese: 育てる
- Korean: 키우다
- Norwegian: ta opp
- Polish: wychować
- European Portuguese: criar filhos
- Romanian: a crește
- Russian: воспитывать
- Spanish: sacar adelante
- Swedish: ta up
- Thai: เลี้ยงดู
- Turkish: yetiştirmek
- Ukrainian: виховувати
- Vietnamese: nuôi dưỡng
Definition of bring up from the Collins English Dictionary
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