bring it on


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bring it on

slang A set phrase used to challenge someone. If you think you're a better basketball player than me, bring it on!
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bring it on!

People say Bring it on! to show that they are ready and eager to face a challenge, fight or difficult situation. `Are you sure about this trip?' David asked. `Yeah,' said Julie, `Bring it on.'
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bring it on!

used as a defiant challenge to carry out a threat. informal
2003 Eye Weekly (Toronto) I come from a pretty noisy family—they all came to see me at a show I did in Guelph and it was just noise, noise, noise. I'm used to it, so bring it on!
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