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bring up to
1. To mention something to someone. Don't bring up work to Jeanne unless you want to hear her complain for three hours. I accidentally brought up Pam's surprise party to a few people who hadn't been invited.
2. To improve something or someone enough to meet a certain requirement or expectation. What can I do to bring my grade up to an A? You need to bring your interns up to the standard we expect at this company.
bring someone or something up to something
to raise someone or something to a particular standard, level, expectation, etc. What do I have to do to bring Billy up to grade level? The lab was brought up to standards quickly.