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    Antonio Guest

    Default Bring it on

    Hi Group,

    Can you tell me the meaning and a complete definition of the word "Bring it on" and for what examples can I used this word? I have here in my book and says "to pick or start a fight" "you can use it in sports too (can you give me an example)" and "to bring something on" Ex. Teacher I did my homework, "ok, bring it on".

    If I am missing a definition of this word please let me know.

    Thanks in advance,
    Antonio.

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    This means you're confidently ready to deal with something. Eg.

    -- The details are perhaps too technical for managers...
    -- I got a PhD, bring it on!

    FRC

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    So basically Bring it on means to pick or start a fight, show me what you're capable of and try to beat me, right?

    If I am missing anothet meaning or definition or the word, please let me know.

    Thanks in advance,
    Antonio.

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    I think you've got it.

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