place back

place something back

1. to move something backwards. Place this chair back a little. It is in the walkway. Would you please place the boxes back so there is more room to get through?
2. to return something to where it was. You found it on the table. Place it back when you finish. When you finish examining the book from the shelf, place it back.
See also: back, place
References in classic literature ?
When a man came back after that, he would get his place back only by the courtesy of the boss.
The French-born midfielder had just won his place back after a toe just won his place back after a toe problem picked up in problem picked up in December.
SUNDERLAND boss Gus Poyet has challenged Steven Fletcher to win his place back after the Scotland striker was dropped from the squad to face Spurs on Saturday The PS12million man was a shock omission for the 2-2 home draw, with the 27-year-old not even being deemed worthy of a place on the bench.
If only this initiative had been in place back in the 1980s.
Bacuna is wasted at right back, put him on the left wing in a 4-4-2 and give Lowton his place back.
Whisk together and then place back into a pan and cook out to 82degC or the mix coats the back of a spoon.
Sammy Ameobi's reward for his part in becoming the first brothers to score in the same match for the club will be a place back among the substitutes at home to Fulham.
Summary: Muscat: MJB--Cassiopeia Team took the first place back from RMS--Orion Team in the twelfth week .
Lindsay Lohan was slated to appear in court Monday in connection with a fight at a Manhattan nightclub fight that took place back in November, but the starlet was a no show.
So, the meddling medic went unpunished and he was able to take his place back in the dug-out and see his side run out 1-0 winners.
After battling a severe bout of pneumonia the star now wants his place back at the top of the charts.
He probably shouldn't have gone from Hartlepool in the first place back in 2005, but he is back now and must try and halt a run of nine defeats in a row at Victoria Park.
The show needs a spark and I reckon whoever gets their place back will have a great opportunity.
The six foot seven inch Finn, 22, said: "I have to fight to get my place back in the England team.
Obviously you want to win but for me even a top-four finish could give me enough money to win my place back on the European Tour.