Phrasal verbs bring 2 bring down (reduce the price or level of something): The government aim to bring down housing prices. The ice cubs will bring down her temperature.
bring down (cause to fall or collapse): This weapon will bring down any jet fighter.
b- down (defeat or cause to lose power): Some neighboring countries are trying to bring down the president and his government.
bring down (make someone feel sad or depressed): The cold weather brings me down.
bring forth (produce, bear): March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers indeed.
b- forth (give birth to): Mary has brought forth a beautiful baby girl so far.
bring forward (introduce a subject for discussion): I will also bring the matter forward at the next meeting.