take (someone or something) back to (someone or some place)

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take (someone or something) back to (someone or some place)

1. To return someone or something to some person, thing, or place. Authorities are bringing 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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References in classic literature ?
My conductor led me upstairs into a passage which took us back to the bedchamber in which I had slept during the past night; and opening the door next to it, begged me to look in.
Amber, 32, took us back to the roaring Twenties in a fringed flapperstyle dress by Oscar de la Renta.
In true Google style, the search engine giant presented itself with a doodle, one that took us back to the '90s web and computer world.
In an incredible experiment inside the world's largest vacuum chamber, Prof Brian Cox (above) reveals how Einstein formulated a new theory of gravity, that ulitmately took us back to the Big Bang.
Thank you, Stan, for the lovely records you put on for us to dance to, for the friendships we made and the memories you took us back to, with all the stories of the celebrities you came in contact with.
I wasn't aware that the victory took us back to the top, that's all well and good but titles aren't won at this time of the year.'' However, Bridgend team manager Wayne Hall was unhappy with the way the Ravens were penalised at scrum time.
The trio took us back to 2010, finishing on What You Know, which had the crowd dancing on the tables.
The new BBC2 drama Pan Am took us back to the golden age of air travel in 1963 when you were met with grace and beauty getting on a plane.
Good Night, and Good Luck (Warner Independent) took us back to the early days of television with a morality tale about the duties of a free press--not merely to entertain and distract, but also to inform, educate, and question.
Their Village People moustaches took us back to an era when wood panelling was in and stone cladding the fireplace was chic.
Somewhere along the way we met Darryl Freedman, who was some longboarder dude who took us back to his crypt and showed us a video of him launching himself off a ramp into a double-flip yard sale off some bridge in SD.
This time he took us back to art school, site of the earliest skirmishes in the battle for artistic recognition.
This guy took us back to "The Edge" days of '92/93 with his old skool breaks that everyone seemed to enjoy.
He performed all the singles off his current album, took us back to our memories of the '70s with a medley of his own and Osmonds' hits, and even gave us a selection of Donny and Marie songs, with old footage showing on big screens.
TONY Blair was skilful in his attacks on the left wing rhetoric of the trades unions at Blackpool that took us back to the dark days of 1979.