Here is a list of idiomatic expressions with bring.
Bring yourself to do something
To bring yourself to do something is to force yourself to do something unpleasant.
Bring something about
To bring something about is to cause something to happen.
- He brought about many reforms.
Bring something forward
To bring something forward is to move an event to an earlier time.
Bring the house down
When you bring the house down, you make your audience applaud or laugh enthusiastically.
Bring something off
To bring something off is to achieve something.
Bring something on
To bring something on is to cause something unpleasant to occur.
Bring something out
To bring something out is to launch a new publication or product.
- They are bringing out a revised version of this book.
Bring someone round
To bring someone round is to make them conscious again.
- They sprinkled some water on her face to bring her round.
Bring something to bear
Bring something to bear is to apply influence or pressure.
Bring someone up
To bring someone up is to look after a child until s/he is an adult.
- She has to work hard to bring up her children.
Bring something up
To bring something up is to raise a matter for discussion.
- You shouldn’t have brought up the topic of his alcohol addiction.