Phrasal verb: bring up someone

bring up someone = raise (to care for a child until s/he is an adult)

The past tense of ‘bring up’ is ‘brought up’. I was brought up in Brisbane. Where were you brought up? πŸ€”
Feel free to pop your answers in the comment section below.πŸ‘‡

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