"bring-up" Definition

  1. or BRING-TO, to stop suddenly, as a team of horses or a vessel. To BRING-UP also means to feed, clothe, and educate a child. To BRING-UP by hand is to bring up a newly-born child or animal without assistance from the natural fount.

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Position in the dictionary: 356 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: brisket-beater, broad and shallow, broad-brim, broad-cooper, broad-faking, broad-fencer, broads, broadway swell, broady, brolly
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