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bring sth back

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

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

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bring sth back

phrasal verb with bring uk   us   /brɪŋ/ verb [T] (brought, brought)
to ​return something to where it came from: The new TV didn't ​work, so I ​brought it back to the ​store.
(Definition of bring sth back from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bring sth back”
in Chinese (Simplified) 带回…
in Turkish bir şeyi alıp gelmek, geri getirmek, geri vermek…
in Russian приносить, напоминать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帶回…
in Polish przynosić coś, przywodzić coś na myśl, przypominać coś…
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