Phrasal Verb: Bring forth

Phrasal Verb: Bring forth


Meaning: Produce something, make it known or visible

Example: The prosecution BROUGHT FORTH a lot of evidence against him.

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Phrasal Verb: Bring forth


Meaning: Produce

Example: She BROUGHT FORTH a surprising result.

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Phrasal Verb: Bring forth


Meaning: Make something happen

Example: The report has BROUGHT FORTH a lot of criticism of the policy.

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Phrasal Verb: Bring forth


Meaning: Remove something from where it is kept or hidden

Example: She BROUGHT FORTH the diary and showed it to us.

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