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Definition of "get back" [get back]

  • Return to where one came from. (verb)
  • To retrieve, to have an item returned. (verb)
  • To do something to hurt or harm who has hurt or harmed you. (verb)

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Use "get back" in a sentence
  • "“I have to get cleaned up and get back to Shawsburg.”"
  • "David and Chris Stewart, accompanied by the dog, take a seven-and-a-half- mile walk through the haunts of the Carter familyWe drive from Bristol to Cornwall in just a few hours, which reminds us that Cornwall has become close enough for city types to weekend in their cottages and get back in time for work on Monday – a far cry from the days the journey must of taken in Harry Carter's time."
  • "Old and infirm before his time, and perilously close to falling off the grid, Stuey was encouraged by Dr. Phil Earle to get back into playing poker."