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What is another word for bringing up?

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(caring for) Looking after someone or something
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“She doesn't want to bring them up in this backward atmosphere, knowing that her parents will try to bring up her children as they brought her up.”
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Present participle for to train or provide education or guidance to a child or young person
“As parents, we feel obliged to bring up our children according to our faith.”
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Present participle for to put forward for discussion or consideration
“We'll need to bring up this issue during the meeting.”
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Present participle for to vomit or regurgitate (food)
“Claims that I stick my fingers down my throat to bring up my food each night are totally unfounded.”
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Present participle for to bring a steady motion to a stop
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“I called to the driver to bring up the carriage.”
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(about a particular subject) Present participle for to express or communicate one's opinion or ideas with a person or a group of people
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Averaging up
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Present participle for to present formally for discussion or consideration
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Present participle for air out; make known
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Present participle for to offer for discussion or debate
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Present participle for to be about
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Present participle for train (a small child) to use a potty
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Present participle for to bring to mind the past, especially if unpleasant or embarrassing
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(refer to) Present participle for to make reference to
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Present participle for to physically move from a lower to a higher place or position
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Present participle for to bring something to the surface with a dredge
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(of an event or fact) Present participle for to cause or bring about (an action or feeling)
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Present participle for to train or mold by instruction or example
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Present participle for to make up or be a part of a whole
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Present participle for to suggest or indicate something indirectly or covertly
Noun
The treatment and instruction received by a child from its parents throughout its childhood
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The state of being a parent
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The act of regurgitating something ingested
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The action of mentioning or alluding to something
Adjective
Alluding
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