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bring back (2)

Meaning: to make something from the past come back, such as a memory, a feeling, an idea, etc.

Synonym: evoke

For example:

  • bring back sth Hearing these old songs really brings back the old days, doesn't it?

  • bring sth back The letters she'd found brought some wonderful memories back.

Quick Quiz:

Seeing pictures of her with her father brought back lots of
  1. tears
  2. old memories
  3. elderly relatives

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