get back to

get back to (someone)

To communicate with someone at a later time or date. Tell Jill that I'll get back to her about that business proposal after the weekend. I'll have to get back you later, I'm just on my way out the door.
See also: back, get

get back to something

to return to dealing with something. I will have to get back to my work now. I want to get back to my knitting.
See also: back, get
References in classic literature ?
At last the Bishop of Hereford spoke, in a low, sorrowful voice: "It is a sad thing, Your Majesty, that this knavish outlaw should be let to escape in this wise; for, let him but get back to Sherwood Forest safe and sound, and he may snap his fingers at king and king's men.
If an offensive team shoots, misses, and surrenders a defensive rebound; there will be two assigned positions for the first two defenders who are trying to get back to protect their basket.
Ball Defender" (X2) must prevent dribble penetration and drive to the basket and encourage the offense to pass the ball as often as possible--the more passes the opponents make, the greater the chance of a turnover and the more time the defense has bought to allow other defensive teammates to get back to help defend the basket (Diag.
Today the injured diver, who asked not to be named, said he was glad to get back to work.
With impact training, we can get back to the basics of underwriting.