Phrasal verbs bring 3 bring in (introduce a new law, rule, system, etc.): They want to bring in a bill to ban smoking in public areas.
bring in (make money): My new part time job doesn’t bring in much, but I enjoy it.
bring in (use the skills or knowledge of a particular person): I have to bring in an expert to deal with this problem.
bring off (achieve or accomplish something difficult): They managed to bring off an excellent performance.
bring on (cause to happen or appear): Stress will bring on different kinds of illness.
bring out (produce and offer to the public): Companies in fact are in a race to bring out smartphones.
bring out (make obvious, reveal): Crises bring out the best in some people and the worst in others.
bring through: We also have to make a concerted effort to bring our company through this crisis.