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Definition of "take back" []

  • To retract an earlier statement (verb)
  • To cause to remember some past event or time (verb)
  • To resume a relationship (verb)
  • To regain possession of something (verb)
  • To return something (verb)

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Use "take back" in a sentence
  • "I knew that Nakita wanted to take back her original spot in the middle of me and Mercer, but I guess she also must have seen the look on my face and understood that I was having a moment."
  • "And if we can restore Vemlar, the Vemlarites can return and take back their land."
  • "By beginning the Fiber35 Diet and adopting a lifetime eating system based on the remarkable health benefits of fiber, you are making a conscious choice: a choice to lose weight, to live better, and to take back control of your body."