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bring sth back

verb [T] uk phrasal verb with bring   /brɪŋ/ (brought, brought) us  

(RETURN)

A2 to return from somewhere with something: [+ two objects] Can you bring me back some milk?
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(REMEMBER)

to make someone think about something from the past: The photos brought back some wonderful memories.

(DO AGAIN)

to start to do or use something that was done or used in the past: Few politicians are in favour of bringing back the higher rates of tax.
Translations of “bring sth back”
in Chinese (Traditional) 帶回…
in Russian приносить, напоминать…
in Turkish bir şeyi alıp gelmek, geri getirmek, geri vermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 带回…
in Polish przynosić coś, przywodzić coś na myśl, przypominać coś…
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