bring forth

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EtymologyEdit

Analytic form of the earlier forthbring.

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bring forth (third-person singular simple present brings forth, present participle bringing forth, simple past and past participle brought forth)

  1. To produce, bear as fruit.
    Their orchard brings forth magnificent fruit.
  2. To give birth.
    Queen Anne Boleyn brought forth daughters but no male heir.
  3. To create, generate, bring into existence.
    He has the ability to bring forth new ideas when they are needed.
  4. To adduce, bring forward.
    Against all expectations, the accused managed to bring forth convincing evidence of his innocence.

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