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Definition of "bring about" []

  • To cause to take place. (verb)
  • To accomplish, achieve. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bring about" in a sentence
  • "So a cam paign is purposive, intended to bring about certain specific effects the Cincinnati Campaign for the United Nations failed because its purpose was so ambiguous."
  • "King Hussein, who had been courageous in trying to persuade his Arab neighbors to come to terms with the reality of Israel, told me that, because of antipathy over his efforts to bring about peace, he felt threatened by Syria and its Soviet-equipped army."
  • "As Engel, Blackwell, and Miniard explain, problem solving refers to thoughtful, reasoned action undertaken to bring about need satisfaction.18 Customer decision-making processes typically are assumed to involve several steps."