bring about : cause something to happen
- The loss of his leg in a car accident has brought about major changes in his life.
bring forth : give birth to (formal and old use)
- She still looked quite young in her 40’s despite bringing forth 3 children to this world.
bring something forward : move to an earlier date
- The opening of the art exhibition was brought forward by a week.
bring on : cause to happen something bad
- Her illness was brought on by too much weight loss.
bring round : persuade , cause to recover consciousness
- The customer didn’t like our payment plan but we were able to bring her round.
- After she lost consciousness, I tried hard to bring her round.
bring up : to rear, educate a child
- He was brought up on a farm so he knew many things about cows and chickens.
- After her husband died, she had to bring her children up on her own.