Synonym: advert, arouse, boot, call down, call forth, cite, conjure, conjure up, elevate, evoke, get up, invoke, lift, mention, name, nurture, parent, put forward, raise, rear, reboot, refer, stir. Similar words: ring up, spring up, bring, bring in, bring out, bring down, bring back, bring about. Meaning: v. 1. summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic 2. bring up 3. promote from a lower position or rank 4. raise from a lower to a higher position 5. cause to come to a sudden stop 6. put forward for consideration or discussion 7. make reference to 8. cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes.
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(2) She's struggling to bring up a family alone.
(3) Many women still take career breaks to bring up children.
(4) They have very definite ideas on how to bring up children.
(5) Can you bring up the list of candidates again?
(6) We need to bring up more troops.
(7) It's hard for the baby to bring up wind.
(8) We need to bring up more tanks.
(9) Carole was left to bring up the rear.
(10) It's bad enough having to bring up three kids on your own without having to worry about money as well!
(11) A lot of women manage to bring up families and go out to work at the same time take Angela, for example.
(12) He had old-fashioned ideas on how to bring up children.
(13) Trying to bring up a small daughter on your own is no easy task .
(14) He's got some funny ideas about how to bring up children.
(15) Living alone and trying to bring up a young son is no easy task.
(16) Why did you have to bring up the subject of money?
(17) Click with the right mouse button to bring up a new menu.
(18) I didn't want to bring up the matter to him last night.
(19) I am not going to bring up my child in this hole.
(20) Living alone and trying to bring up a small daughter is no easy task.
(21) You two go ahead - Sam and I'll bring up the rear.
(22) People had very set ideas about how to bring up children.
(23) Mr. Chairman(http://sentencedict.com), I should like to bring up the question of the reorganization of the committee.
(24) I don't know how they manage to bring up four children—they're as poor as church mice.
(25) She was crying so much I thought she'd bring up her breakfast.
(26) I have a lot of sympathy for her; she had to bring up the children on her own.
(27) I'm very much against the idea that it is the woman's job to bring up the child.
(28) In the movie, he plays a concerned and sensitive father trying to bring up two teenage children on his own.
(29) She suddenly walked out on her husband, leaving him to bring up the children.
(30) David was the first to reach the summit, followed by Pat, leaving Fergus to bring up the rear.
More similar words: ring up, spring up, bring, bring in, bring out, bring down, bring back, bring about, bring together, bring forward, hung up, hang up, distinguish, ring, during, string, ring out, gathering, mothering, offering, bearings, filtering, pioneering, engineering, neighboring, manufacturing, dig up, anguish, on guard, engulfed.