Definition of bring someone on in English:

bring someone on

phrasal verb

  • Encourage someone who is learning something to develop or improve.

    ‘Mr Edom thought well of him, and was bringing him on’
    • ‘But this is where the publishers have brought us on.’
    • ‘It can dramatically reduce the cost associated with bringing somebody on to a system.’
    • ‘When they feel it's appropriate, they'll bring her on.’
    • ‘There is no doubt in my mind that he will be a key part of the team that brings her on to greater heights.’