to bring on
- cause to appear
"bring on the birthday cake"
- Bring it on!
- OK! Bring it on!
- Bring on the long weekend!
- Don't bring on any more shame.
- I'll be counting on you to bring a salad.
- Bring on the sun, a giant boat and some drinking.
- I couldn't bring myself to call on him.
- Don't forget to bring your lunch on Saturday.
- His broad interests bring him broad views on everything.
- It will bring down trouble on your family.
- I'll be counting on you to bring the drinks.
- War doesn't bring on peace; on the contrary, it brings pains and grief on both sides.
- I left my keys on the table. Could I trouble you to bring them to me?
- The Ugandans depend on their coffee crop to bring money into the country.
- Bring two breakfast, please. No 2 on the menu, and two teas with milk.