bring it

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Etymology[edit]

From "bring it on", from bring on

Interjection[edit]

bring it

  1. (US, emphatic) Used to respond affirmatively and aggressively to a challenge by issuing one in return.

Verb[edit]

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

  1. (intransitive, informal) To give one's all in a particular effort; to perform admirably or forcefully.
    When we get to the competition next month, you really have to bring it.

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