bring something home to someone

bring something home to someone
bring (something) home (to (someone)) to make something more clearly understood.

Her visit to the war memorial brought home to her the suffering the war had caused.

Usage notes: usually said about something that is difficult or unpleasant
Related vocabulary: hammer home something

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