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To return, or to return something to a place

return

verb

to go back to a place where you were earlier, or to come back from a place where you have just been

get back

to return to a place

go back

to return to a person, place, subject, or activity

come back

to return to a place

turn back

to return the same way that you came instead of continuing on your journey, or to make someone do this

retrace

verb

to return along the same path or route that you have just travelled along

report back

to return to a place in order to say that you are present or ready to start working again

bring back

to bring something with you when you come back from a place

re-enter

verb

to return to something such as a place or activity

regain

verb

to manage to return to a particular place

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