Phrasal verb: bring down

  1. bring someone down
    make unhappy / to cause to fail (transitive, separable)
    Example: Sometimes watching the news can bring me down.

  2. cheer up
    Transitive, Intransitive, Separable
    Meaning: become happier
    Example: She cheered up when her friend surprised her with ice cream.  Her friend cheered her up with ice cream.

If something is bringing you down, here’s something to cheer you up:

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