Word forms "bring forth":
present tense I/you/we/they bring forth he/she/it brings forth present participle bringing forth past tense brought forth past participle brought forth formalto produce something, or to cause a particular reaction
Her letter to the paper brought forth a flood of supportive comments.
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bring forth — (something) to make something available. Maddie brought forth a new line of clothes … New idioms dictionary
bring forth — index avail (bring about), bear (yield), develop, educe, elicit, engender, evoke … Law dictionary
bring forth — verb 1. bring into existence (Freq. 2) The new manager generated a lot of problems The computer bug generated chaos in the office The computer generated this image The earthquake generated a tsunami • Syn: ↑generate … Useful english dictionary
bring forth — phrasal 1. bear < brought forth fruit > 2. to give birth to ; produce 3. adduce < bring forth persuasive arguments > … New Collegiate Dictionary
bring forth — phr verb Bring forth is used with these nouns as the object: ↑response … Collocations dictionary
bring forth — Synonyms and related words: affect, arouse, author, bear, bear fruit, beget, betoken, birth, born, brandish, breathe, breed, bring about, bring forward, bring into being, bring into view, bring out, bring to effect, bring to light, bring to… … Moby Thesaurus
bring forth — verb a) To produce, bear as fruit Their orchard brings forth magnificent fruit. b) To give birth. Queen Anne Boleyn brought forth daughters but no male heir. See Also: bring about, bring … Wiktionary
bring forth — 1. Give birth to, bear. 2. Produce, exhibit, show, expose, bring out, bring to light, make manifest … New dictionary of synonyms
bring forth — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. deliver, bear, yield; see produce 1 , 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To give birth to: bear, deliver, have. Chiefly Regional: birth. Idiom: be brought abed (or to bed) of. See RICH … English dictionary for students
bring forth — cause, produce; give birth to … English contemporary dictionary