Definition of 'come back'
Example sentences containing 'come back'
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And so we come back to food again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To hear stuff like that made me go away and think and come back and work harder. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's about coming back to this beautiful respite up on the hill. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Go and have a think and come back and let me know what you want to do'. The Sun (2017)I still think we can come back. The Sun (2016)If he comes back again, take him by the collar to another room, close the door and leave him for a minute or two. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There is a feeling that this will come back again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They came back and talked about what they were going to do with me. Christianity Today (2000)The answer also came back as yes. The Sun (2010)It is the worst moment to come back on this subject. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You need something special to come back and win the game from that position. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And do you think he will come back to me? The Sun (2007)But audiences come back for it again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Gravity could come back at any moment. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)When she came back she had something folded up in her hand. What Katy Did (1872)As the bear came back again he shot it dead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She also promised to come back from time to time. Heidi (1881)We have got to address that and come back with something. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Personal relationships are also coming back into focus. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We had an honest conversation and said we should have something to come back to. The Sun (2015)Did you come back thinking differently? Times, Sunday Times (2011)So we will come back again. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She can't come back a moment too soon. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You don't necessarily come back afterwards and think you have really been away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Be careful you don't mislead her into thinking you might come back. The Sun (2007)But they now need to count themselves lucky they are being looked after and that some good names are coming back into the sport. The Sun (2006)I bet the young actor loves rolling out the line about coming back to see his magic wand. The Sun (2008)
Translations for 'come back'
British English: come back /kʌm bæk/ VERB
If someone comes back to a place, they return to it.
I came back to my hometown and decided to be a photographer.
- American English: come back
- Arabic: يَعُودُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: voltar
- Chinese: 回来
- Croatian: vratiti se
- Czech: vrátit se
- Danish: komme tilbage
- Dutch: terugkomen
- European Spanish: volver venir
- Finnish: palata
- French: revenir
- German: zurückkommen
- Greek: επιστρέφω
- Italian: ritornare
- Japanese: 戻ってくる
- Korean: 돌아오다
- Norwegian: komme tilbake
- Polish: wrócić
- European Portuguese: voltar
- Romanian: a reveni
- Russian: возвращаться
- Spanish: volver regresar
- Swedish: komma tillbaka
- Thai: กลับมา
- Turkish: geri gelmek
- Ukrainian: повертатися
- Vietnamese: trở về
Definition of come back from the Collins English Dictionary
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