take back
transitive verb Date: 1775 to make a retraction of ; withdraw

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Take Back — Single par Kumi Kōda extrait de l’album Affection Face A TAKE BACK (original mix) Face B Your Song (original mix) Sortie 6 décembre 2000 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • take back — [v] retract abjure, back down, backpedal, call off, cancel, change one’s mind, eat one’s words*, forget it, go back on, have change of heart*, recall, recant, reclaim, renege, repeal, repossess, repudiate, rescind, revoke, withdraw; concepts… …   New thesaurus

  • take back — index adeem, bear false witness, disavow, disclaim, recall (call back), recant, recoup (regain) …   Law dictionary

  • take back — ► take back retract (a statement). Main Entry: ↑take …   English terms dictionary

  • Take Back — Infobox Single Name = Take Back Artist = Kumi Koda/Koda from Album = affection Released = flagicon|JPN December 6, 2000 flagicon|USA May 12, 2001 Format = CD Genre = JPop Length = N/A Label = Sounday 75766 70486 2 2 (U.S., CD) 75766 70486 1 5… …   Wikipedia

  • take back — verb 1. bring back to the point of departure (Freq. 5) • Syn: ↑return, ↑bring back • Derivationally related forms: ↑return (for: ↑return) • H …   Useful english dictionary

  • take back — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you take something back, you return it to the place where you bought it or where you borrowed it from, because it is unsuitable or broken, or because you have finished with it. [V n P] If I buy something and he doesn t like it… …   English dictionary

  • take back — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms take back : present tense I/you/we/they take back he/she/it takes back present participle taking back past tense took back past participle taken back 1) to take something that you have bought back to the shops …   English dictionary

  • take back — v. 1) (D; tr.) ( to accept ) to take back from (they took the furniture back from the customer) 2) (D; tr.) ( to return ) to take back to (she took the book back to the library) * * * [ teɪk bæk] (D; tr.) ( to return ) to take back to (she took… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • take back — {v.} To change or deny something offered, promised, or stated; admit to making a wrong statement. * /I take back my offer to buy the house now that I ve had a good look at it./ * /I want you to take back the unkind things you said about Kenneth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take back — {v.} To change or deny something offered, promised, or stated; admit to making a wrong statement. * /I take back my offer to buy the house now that I ve had a good look at it./ * /I want you to take back the unkind things you said about Kenneth./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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