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|present participle||bringing up|
|past tense||brought up|
|past participle||brought up|
She brought up three sons on her own.
He was brought up by his grandmother.
Our parents brought us up to believe in our own abilities.
He was born and brought up in India.
These kids have been brought up on a diet of junk food and endless television.
Brown said the issue would be brought up again at the next climate convention.
I hate to bring this up but you still owe me £50.
This is the British English definition of bring up. View American English definition of bring up.