Used as a "manly" come back to someone who is either being challenged or it can be offered as a direct challenge to another;

Similar expressions:
"Show me what you got!"
"Do your worst"
"Bring your shit!"
"Go for it!"
Basketball Player 1: "Im gonna slam dunk yo punk ass."

Basketball Player 2: "Ahhhight, bring it bitch. Let's see what you got!"
by toadcheese February 25, 2004
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Another way of saying bring it on. It is a invitation to make someone perform a action.
by TheTallTale March 09, 2005
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Expression used by losers these days, especially Gen-Y, who thing they're so cool and often wear Usher style sunglasses.
Loser A: "I think I'm so cool, I should eat my own shit"
Loser B: "Bring it!"
by Chowsa Ninja September 13, 2011
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To provide what is needful. To deliver on a promise. To excel. To transcend.

Etymological note: This expression is derived from an apparent typo in a Washington Post column posted by Cindy Boren on February 7, 2011: “If you're going to mess around with the notes and lyrics, you'd better be able to bring the bring the anthem like Marvin Gaye did.”
If you’re going to preach at Abyssinian Baptist Church, you better bring the bring.
by Jessica Jernigan February 07, 2011
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Used to describe something that is very interesting or curious. If a mandem is chatting bare breeze and u are interested u can use this word. It can and often is used in a sarcastic or sassy way. Used to get the reciever to bring on more infomation about the subject
normal use
'oi blud I banged Karis last night' 'what the fuck, u broke up, that so brings bring'

sassy use
'I have this sick story so I went to the shop and I saw a nun, the end' 'wow, that's so bring bring
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