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bring it (on)

Definition of bring it on in English:

informal Used to express confidence in meeting a challenge: if you want to fight me so bad, bring it on!
More example sentences
  • If this means retroactive prosecution, I say bring it on.
  • If this is life then bring it on.
  • I'll be ready for any challenge you throw back at me. Bring it on!
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