Definition of 'bring back'
Example sentences containing 'bring back'
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How long will it be before people can be brought back to life? The Sun (2016)In Colorado voters approved an assisted dying bill and in Nebraska voters opted to bring back the death penalty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Things had swung too far and have been brought back again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Thinking about it now brings back all those feelings. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When is this country going to bring back the death sentence? The Sun (2013)Dog licences should be brought back and people should be vetted before they can own one. The Sun (2010)Seeing him again has brought back all the fear and pain from the past. The Sun (2010)How about bringing back greats from the past to act as mentors to players in their position? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The only way to deter future gangs is to bring back the death sentence. The Sun (2014)But you have to bring back really big people. The Sun (2015)But performing together again has brought back all the good memories they shared. The Sun (2012)Surely just one such death should justify bringing back effective punishment for wrongdoing. The Sun (2013)And what a joy it would be to her to have such a daughter brought back again! Daniel Deronda (1876)Is this not a reason for bringing back the death penalty? The Sun (2010)Bring back the death penalty for these crimes. The Sun (2009)Will that continue, or is he about to be brought back down to earth? The Sun (2014)He had also talked about bringing back the stars of Ghostbusters. The Sun (2009)It is the challenge of taking this club and making it a great club again, bringing back those glory years. The Sun (2009)Sometimes, it can be quite stressful, bringing back people who have got hurt out there. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Translations for 'bring back'
British English: bring back /brɪŋ bæk/ VERB
If something brings back a memory, it makes you start thinking about it.
Your article brought back sad memories for me.
- American English: bring back
- Arabic: يُعيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: trazer de volta
- Chinese: 拿回来
- Croatian: podsjetiti
- Czech: připomenout vzpomínky
- Danish: bringe tilbage
- Dutch: terugbrengen
- European Spanish: recordar llevar
- Finnish: palauttaa
- French: rappeler
- German: zurückbringen
- Greek: επαναφέρω
- Italian: riportare
- Japanese: 戻す
- Korean: 상기시키다
- Norwegian: ta med (seg) tilbake
- Polish: przywrócić
- European Portuguese: fazer lembrar
- Romanian: a aduce aminte
- Russian: напоминать
- Spanish: recordar traer a la memoria
- Swedish: hämta hit
- Thai: นำกลับมา
- Turkish: geri getirmek
- Ukrainian: повертати
- Vietnamese: hồi tưởng
Definition of bring back from the Collins English Dictionary
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