This page is about the phrasal verb bring on
Meaning: to cause something like an illness or a painful emotionSynonym: cause
- bring sth on I just saw Maria crying. I wonder what brought that on?
- bring on sth The pollution brought on my daughter's asthma, so we had to move to a place with cleaner air.
If I drink warm beer, it brings on
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Contributor: Matt Errey