Important Phrasal Verbs Used in Work and Business
The following phrasal verbs (verb + preposition/adverb) are commonly used in informal conversation, as well as in work and business in Canada, the US and the UK
Example: My job BRINGS IN two thousand dollars a month. / The company BRINGS IN about $10,000 per week.
Meaning: Raise a topic / To start a discussion about something new.
Example: You should BRING UP that topic at our next business meeting. / He BROUGHT UP many good points during the meeting.
Meaning: Make something happen; to initiate something; to cause a change
Example: Our new manager BROUGHT ABOUT many new processes and procedures.
Meaning: to make something return
Example: The new items on the menu will BRING BACK some of our old customers.
Meaning: To release; to launch; to offer for sale for the first time; to publish
Example: Apple will BRING OUT their new iphone very soon. / We recently BROUGHT OUT the new edition of the instruction manual.
Meaning: To mention something; to say something that has not been said before; to begin to discuss something
Example: That's a great idea. You should BRING it UP to our manager or at least bring it up at our next meeting.
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