(US, emphatic) Used to respond affirmatively and aggressively to a challenge by issuing one in return.
(intransitive, informal) To give one's all in a particular effort; to perform admirably or forcefully.
When we get to the competition next month, you really have to bring it.
Origin of bring-it
From "bring it on", from bring on
Bring-it Sentence Examples
Sorry. Seems kinda tacky to bring it up.
broad, placed on end and close together; water is caused to flow down over the surface of these boards, the object being to break up the gas as much as possible and bring it into close contact with the water.
There was another way, but after what had happened today, she was reluctant to bring it up.
A male voice answered and after Dean explained about the bone, he was told to bring it over.
When we're finished we take the tent down and bring it back here.