Bring back - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbrɪŋ ˈbæk|
Brit.  |brɪŋ ˈbæk|


- bring back to the point of departure (syn: return)
- return to consciousness

These pictures bring back sad memories


The smell of these flowers brings back memories.

We must bring him back to health.

Few people these days are in favour of bringing back the old punishment by death.

These pictures bring back sad memories

The city council has decided to bring back the old electric trams.

Following their latest defeat, soccer fans are urging the club to bring back the former manager.

Those old songs bring back memories.

On your way home from your aunt's will you bring back some coffee?

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