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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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With an utterly novel take on the Indian bride, each wedding ritual from the engagement to the haldi, and finally the shaadi, was brought alive for Shaadi by Marriott through their designs.
We are delighted that yet again the world of story-telling has been brought alive," she said.
The MP told a BBC show: "If there is a referendum, this country will be brought alive with it, like Scotland was with their referendum.
The engaging cast of horsey characters, including a group of brumbies (wild Australian horses) are brought alive by Karen Wood's equine knowledge.
The liquid engine will be brought alive for reducing the velocity of the spacecraft and for the insertion of spacecraft into the orbit of MARS", he said.
A LIVERPOOL park is to be brought alive with colour for a spectacular new powder paint festival.
Even earlier, there has been a similar situation from where the prisoners were brought alive.
Taking care to speak through his characters in distinct and real voices, he has brought alive the individuals who engineered a culture for the new world.
Art detective Sara Lengfeld aids Lukas in his search to unravel the diary's riddles, all while being hounded by ruthless thugs in this exciting adventure, superbly translated into English by Anthea Bell and brought alive by the smooth performance of Simon Vance.
A SHOPPING centre was brought alive by a fashion show on the move.
While nuances of the same can be vividly brought alive in the pages of a book, Mehta and Rushdie struggle while visualising the same for the screen.
The parachute jump brought alive a school project teaching the pupils about different aspects of flight.
The South American Group Show has brought alive the whole ambience at the Mirdif City Centre this DSF.
Ultimately, the saga in Chile that we all witnessed unfolding daily had a happy ending with 33 miners being brought alive to the surface after being trapped underground for more than two months.
Brought alive by her animated performance, her poems are mostly funny but they show a skill and rhythm which mark Ayres out as an accomplished poet perhaps seen more clearly in poems such as the sad and more serious thoughts on losing a pet dog which saw a few tears being wiped away among the capacity audience who enjoyed every minute.