carry (one) back

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carry (one) back

To cause one to think of or remember someone or something from one's past. Wow, that lullaby just carries me back to my childhood.
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carry someone back (to some time)

to return someone, mentally, to a former time; to remind someone of an earlier time. This carries me back to the times of knights and jousting. This article about the Sixties really carries me back.
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carry something back

to take something back to where it came from. Did you bring this here? If so, carry it back. Please carry back the empty box after you take out all the books.
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com)-- Ravenworks presents the amazing Wonder Puppets, an amazing Renaissance puppet troupe, who will carry you back to the time of Queen Elizabeth the First, as they astound and delight you with true Renaissance puppet tales.