take (someone or something) back to (someone or some place)(redirected from take you back to)
take (someone or something) back to (someone or some place)
1. To return someone or something to some person, thing, or place. Authorities are taking the suspect back to his home country to stand trial. Will you take this blender back to the Joneses and thank them for letting me borrow it? Please be sure to take the holepunch back to the supply table when you're done.
2. To pass some message or information back to someone else. I'll be sure to take your feedback and suggestions back to our developers. They said they'd take the offer back to their boss to see what she thought.
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take something back to someone or something
to carry or transport something from someone or something. Please take this report back to Liz. Take back this book to Karen.
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