Definition of 'comeback'
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She said her father was exhausted from preparations for his comeback tour. The Sun (2017)It is certainly unlikely that there will be a more dramatic comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His fans were bracing themselves for his huge comeback next year with a new album and documentary. The Sun (2016)He wanted to make a comeback last year and rang round a few people but nobody wanted to touch him. The Sun (2016)He improved for his comeback run last season and his return effort here last month was better than his final finishing position. The Sun (2016)He is likely to do better with last month's comeback run behind him. The Sun (2016)He has had his club comeback; the international comeback is next. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was bought by a dealer who was convinced that tapestries would make a comeback in the vast new homes being built for dotcom billionaires. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is only a couple of pounds higher compared to last year's comeback win at Exeter and the testing ground will be right up his alley. The Sun (2016)Took six wickets on his county comeback last week. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It might be time for the reptile to make a comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So whose turn is it next for a comeback? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cole is still on the comeback trail after neck surgery early this year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The rise in scoring is reflected in the many dramatic comebacks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What role the journeyman golfer in one of the most eagerly awaited comebacks in all sport? Times, Sunday Times (2009)She ran a race full of promise on her comeback last month. The Sun (2010)But he has been plotting a comeback and this week has been leading training with players not on international duty. The Sun (2015)Impressive comeback of the team after losing 2-0! The Sun (2014)At two sets down, he staged a stunning comeback. The Sun (2008)For his influence on the racing, we await the comeback man with anticipation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It would be one of sport 's biggest comebacks. The Sun (2015)His players were all fired up for battle as the challenges flew in and they kept going to pull off a dramatic comeback win. The Sun (2011)IT is that time of year again when nautical styles make a comeback. The Sun (2009)Long had to cover up the wristband after passing a fitness test to make a shock comeback against Bolton. The Sun (2011)Wimbledon comeback herself next year. The Sun (2008)IT was a week for comebacks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)GLOUCESTER mounted a stunning second-half comeback to clinch an unlikely victory. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Almost inevitably for a comeback show Man in a Suit also reflects on celebrity. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She is stepping up in class after winning a Listed race at Goodwood in fine style on her comeback. The Sun (2016)Her new son is four months old and keeping her awake at night, while she is just two weeks into her comeback from injury and childbirth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These are just some of the stranger items supposedly set for popularity this autumn, as 1990s styles stage a comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'comeback'
British English: comeback NOUN
If someone such as an entertainer or sports personality makes a comeback, they return to their profession or sport after a period away.
The singing star is making a comeback.
Definition of comeback from the Collins English Dictionary
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