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Detailed Translations for bring on from English to Spanish

bring on:

to bring on verb (brings on, brought on, bringing on)

  1. to bring on (bring about; elicit; cause)
  2. to bring on (bring about; effect; produce)

Conjugations for bring on:

  1. bring on
  2. bring on
  3. brings on
  4. bring on
  5. bring on
  6. bring on
simple past
  1. brought on
  2. brought on
  3. brought on
  4. brought on
  5. brought on
  6. brought on
present perfect
  1. have brought on
  2. have brought on
  3. has brought on
  4. have brought on
  5. have brought on
  6. have brought on
past continuous
  1. was bringing on
  2. were bringing on
  3. was bringing on
  4. were bringing on
  5. were bringing on
  6. were bringing on
  1. shall bring on
  2. will bring on
  3. will bring on
  4. shall bring on
  5. will bring on
  6. will bring on
continuous present
  1. am bringing on
  2. are bringing on
  3. is bringing on
  4. are bringing on
  5. are bringing on
  6. are bringing on
  1. be brought on
  2. be brought on
  3. be brought on
  4. be brought on
  5. be brought on
  6. be brought on
  1. bring on!
  2. let's bring on!
  3. brought on
  4. bringing on
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for bring on:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
causar causing
provocar alluring; causing; provoking; tormenting
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
causar bring about; bring on; cause; effect; elicit; produce badger; bait; cause; give rise to; inflict; instigate; needle; provoke
motivar bring about; bring on; effect; produce activate; aggravate; arouse; boost; bring to; drive; encourage; encourage someone; entice to; incite; inspire; motivate; motivate someone; move to; prompt; provoke; push on; put someone on to something; stimulate; tempt to; urge
ocasionar bring about; bring on; effect; produce cause; instigate
originar bring about; bring on; effect; produce breed; cause; clone; create; cultivate; engender; give rise to; hatch out; produce; provoke
producir bring about; bring on; effect; produce bring in; cause; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; fabricate; instigate; invent; make; manufacture; prepare; produce
provocar bring about; bring on; cause; elicit activate; advise; antagonise; antagonize; arouse; awake; badger; bait; be a nuisance; boost; bully; cause; clock off; create; encourage; engender; excite; give rise to; harass; instigate; motivate; nag; needle; pester; poke up; produce; prompt; provoke; push on; put someone on to something; stimulate; stir up; stoke up; suggest; support; tease; urge; whisper; whisper in someone's ear
- bring out; induce; produce

Synonyms for "bring on":

Related Definitions for "bring on":

  1. cause to arise1
  2. cause to appear1
    • bring on the birthday cake1
  3. bring onto the market or release1

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