bring back (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb bring back (1).

Meaning: to bring something with you when you return from somewhere

For example:

  • bring back sth Whenever Josh goes overseas, he brings back gifts for eveyone he knows.

  • bring sth back Could you bring some newspapers back from Australia for me?

  • bring sb back sth If you're going to the store, can you bring me back some ice cream?

Quick Quiz:

After you've travelled around China, will you bring back

a. by plane?

b. some souvenirs?

c. home again?

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Contributor: Matt Errey