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Is it "Bring it on!" or "Bring it up!"?

If both are possible, do they mean the same thing?

If not, when should I use each of them?

Would you please give me some examples?

Thank you.

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teal limedo they mean the same thing?

No. They are completely different.

teal limeexamples

bring it on: a challenge, "I dare you"

He said he could take me any time he wanted and I said bring it on.

bring it up: mention it

If you didn't understand, bring it up the next time you see her.

CJ

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CalifJimHe said he could take me any time he wanted and I said bring it on.

What does "take" mean above? Maybe "beat up"?

Again, many, many thanks for your kind help.

teal limeWhat does "take" mean above? Maybe "beat up"?

Yes. Emotion: smile

I thought you might ask about that. 'take' has about a thousand meanings.

CJ

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