SYNONYM rear ; start talking about a subject ; vomit.
EXAMPLE She is brought up by her mother.
My mother walks out of the room when my father brings up sports.
He drank so much that he brought his dinner up in the toilet.
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Very Much vs Too MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very much used for adding more emphasis; while too much means ‘to a much higher extent’ particularly for someone/something.
Very vs TooCommonly Confused Words
Very emphasizes the degree of adjectives and adverbs. Too defined as ‘to a high degree or extent’ particularly for someone or something.
Very vs MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very is preceded by Adjective’s positive degree. Much is preceded by comparative degree and past participle.
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- Insist on ( জিদ করা ) He insisted on my going home.
- Late in ( দেরি ) Why are you so late in coming?
- Blind of ( দৃষ্টিশক্তিতে অন্ধ ) He is blind of one eye.
- Lament for ( বিলাপ করা ) She lamented for her child.
- Object to ( আপত্তি করা ) He objected to my proposal.
- Indifferent to ( উদাসীন ) He is indifferent to our problem.
- By no means ( কোন ভাবেই না ) I shall by no means call on him.
- By leaps and bounds ( অতি দ্রুতগতিতে ) The population of Bangladesh is increasing by leaps and bounds.
- By and by ( শীঘ্র ) He will come here by and by.
- Call to mind ( স্মরণ করা ) I cannot call to mind your name.
- At a loss ( হতবু্দ্ধি ; কিংকর্তব্যবিমূঢ় ) He was at a loss and did not know what to do.
- Bad blood ( মনোমালিন্য ; শত্রতা ; দ্বেষ ) Now there is bad blood between the two brothers.
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