bring (someone or something) alive

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bring (someone or something) alive

To cause someone or something to be engaging or entertaining or to begin exhibiting energy, vigor, etc. Those stories from the artist's closest friends really brought the documentary alive. This comeback has brought the crowd alive. The sustained cheers from the audience really seemed to bring her alive in the second half of the concert.
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bring something aˈlive

make something interesting: Maps and pictures bring the book alive.
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Director Jon Favreau has re-imagined the world of Disney's classic to bring alive the new live-action version.
A cast of 15 actors and singers magically bring alive this lushly romantic adaptation of the best-selling novel by Louis de Bernieres.
The actor will bring alive the story of Udham Singh, who assassinated Michael O'Dwyer, the former lieutenant governor of Punjab in pre-Independence India, avenging the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar in 1919.
Speaking on the occasion, Stefan Hansen, Senior Vice President and General Manager HERE Technologies for EMEAR region said 'At HERE we are working to bring alive what we call 'the Autonomous World', a world infused with location intelligence for innovative solutions from autonomous driving to smart city infrastructures.
In his remarks on the occasion, Lagos West Bishop of Methodist Church Nigeria, Right Reverend Sunday Ogunlere, said the annual event, organised by the Lagos Diocese of Methodist Musical Society, was to bring alive the original church rhythms and choruses, particularly those that were popular with Methodist Churches, noting that the trend had brought back some of their members that had left for other churches.
In a series of unexpected and highly shareable moments they bring alive a few of the many ways in which people have fun, socialise, shop and express themselves online.
As Vincent Van Gogh said, "The only time I feel alive is when I'm painting." Pisarto aims to bring alive walls in your home, office or hotel through their collection.
Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the sultanate, in association with Visa, the world's leader in digital payments, is all set to bring alive the magic of 2018 FIFA World Cup in Oman.
The graphic novel is 113 pages, and provides an important service by making the report more accessible to the general public, with plenty of text but also enough illustrations and narratives to bring alive the stories running through the lawmakers' report.
Around 200 organisations from across industry, education and the third sector work together as part of The Big Bang Fair is organised each year to bring alive science, technology, engineering and maths and show young people aged from 7 to 19 the exciting and rewarding opportunities out there for those with the right experience and qualifications.
Joyce McIvor said: "The audience may be responsible for part of the popularity of the show but undoubtedly the majority of merit must be given to the great actors who bring alive the situations portrayed and bring back so many memories to someone who left over 50 years ago."
For 10 years Basu worked on his idea to bring alive these intriguing characters and now the EPIC channel has turned this dream into a reality with the soon to-be-launched 'Stories by Rabindranath Tagore'.
serves its twists well to bring alive a different flavour of Bollywood heroism.
"The Arabic interface will bring alive the world of mathematics and science even more graphically for Arabic speaking students.