1. bring up
When Don’s wife died he was left to bring up their four children by himself.
“To bring up a child in the way he should go, travel that way yourself once in a while.”
I have one small thing to bring up.
Don't bring up her past. She doesn't like talking about it.
Parents should better bring up their children.
If Paul comes in, don't bring up the party. It's going to be a surprise.
We bring up twins.
I'll tell Adam to bring up some more champagne.
Remember, don’t bring up Mary’s breakup when you talk to her.
In conclusion, I would like to bring up one technical issue.
I feel I ought to bring up another small matter.
She was crying so much I thought she'd bring up her breakfast.
I would like to bring up the two most critical points one more time.
After their mother died, the children were bring up by their aunt.
Don't bring up money, religion or politics at dinner
English word "mention"(bring up) occurs in sets:Phrasal verbs (A-D) - English VocabularyPhrasal verbs (A-D) - English Vocabulary; Czasowni...phrasal verbs 1phrasal verbsPhrasal verbs 1