bring up

listen to the pronunciation of bring up
Englisch - Türkisch

Babamın beni yetiştirdiği gibi oğlumu yetiştirmek istiyorum. - I want to bring up my son as my father did me.

bahsetmek. bring up one's big guns en önemli dayanakları/kanıtları ileri sürmek; en önemli destekçileri getirmek

Sen çocuklarını nasıl yetiştiriyorsun? - How do you bring up your children?

O, çocuklarını nasıl yetiştiriyor? - How does she bring up her children?

(çocuk) büyütmek
(Dilbilim) istifra etmek
çocuk yetiştirmek
(Dilbilim) ansızın durdurmak
çocuklardan sakınmak
bahis açmak
terbiye etmek
1. yetiştirmek, büyütmek. 2. bahsetmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- (çocuk) yetiştirmek , beslemek 2- terbiye etmek 3- kusmak
bring somebody up
bring something up
ortaya atmak
bring sb up
bring sb up
bring sth up
ileri sürmek
bring us up
kadar bizi
to bring up
getirmek için
bring sth. up
(deyim) ileri sürmek
Englisch - Englisch
To turn on power or start, as of a machine

Wait a minute while I bring up my computer.

To stop or interrupt a flow or steady motion

No, Maeniel shouted, No! trying to distract the man, and lunged toward him. The chain on his ankle brought him up' short and he fell on his face.

To mention

Don't bring up politics if you want to have a quiet conversation with that guy.

To raise (children)

She did well enough bringing up two sons and a daughter on her own.

To vomit

I was very ill today; I kept bringing up everything I ate.

To stop a vehicle; to park

He brought his Ferrari up to the side of the road.

raise from a lower to a higher position; "Raise your hands"; "Lift a load"
raise, educate
promote from a lower position or rank; "This player was brought up to the major league"
When someone brings up a child, they look after it until it is an adult. If someone has been brought up in a certain place or with certain attitudes, they grew up in that place or were taught those attitudes when they were growing up. She brought up four children His grandmother and his father brought him up We'd been brought up to think that borrowing money was bad I was brought up a Methodist. = raise
If someone brings up food or wind, food or air is forced up from their stomach through their mouth. It's hard for the baby to bring up wind
(To Brioche (2 syl ) A sort of bun or cake common in France, and now pretty generally sold in England When Marie Antoinette was talking about the bread riots of Paris during the 5th and 6th October, 1789, the Duchesse de Polignac naïvely exclaimed, “How is it that these silly people are so clamorous for bread, when they can buy such nice brioches for a few sous?” This was in spirit not unlike the remark of our own Princess Charlotte, who avowed “that she would for her part rather eat beef than starve, ” and wondered that the people should be so obstinate as to insist upon having bread when it was so scarce
cause to come to a sudden stop; "The noise brought her up in shock"
To stop, as to come to anchor
promote from a lower position or rank; "This player was brought up to the major league
evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic; "raise the specter of unemployment"; "he conjured wild birds in the air"; "stir a disturbance"; "call down the spirits from the mountain"
cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes; "boot your computer"
(v ) Obsolete term for display
bring up; "raise a family"; "bring up children"
put forward for consideration or discussion; "raise the question of promotions"; "bring up an unpleasant topic"
If you bring up a particular subject, you introduce it into a discussion or conversation. He brought up a subject rarely raised during the course of this campaign Why are you bringing it up now? = raise
make reference to; "His name was mentioned in connection with the invention"
bring up