take back

listen to the pronunciation of take back
Englisch - Türkisch
geri almak

Kaçmış bir atı yakalamak söylenmiş bir sözü geri almaktan daha kolaydır. - It is easier to catch an escaped horse than to take back an escaped word.

(deyim) take sth. back geri almak
sözünü geri almak
eskileri düşündürmek
geri al

Üzgünüm. Ben sözlerimi geri alıyorum. - I'm sorry. I take back my words.

Ben söylediklerini şimdi geri almanı istiyorum. - I want you to take back what you said just now.

geri götürmek

Pazartesi günü kitapları kütüphaneye geri götürmek zorundayım. - On Monday I have to take back the books to the library.

geçmişe götürmek
geri almak: Take back what you said! Söylediğini geri al! The store refuses to take back the coat. Mağaza paltoyu geri
eskiyi hatırlatmak
eskiye götürmek
take back so.'s words
geri almak o kadar. 'sözleri
take back to
geçmişe götürmek
take a back seat
(deyim) köşesine çekilmek
take a back seat
(deyim) kenara çekilmek
take on one's back
take a look back
geriye bakmak
take someone back
geriye götürmek
take a back
arka plânda kalmak
take a back
kendini göstermemek
take a back seat
ön plâna çıkmamak
take a back seat
önemini yitirmek
take a back seat
arka plânda kalmak
geri al
geri al
Englisch - Englisch
To regain possession of something

The wedding is off, and he has taken back the ring.

To retract an earlier statement

No, you are not fat, I take it all back.

To cause to remember some past event or time

That tune takes me back to my childhood.

To return something

Take back faulty goods to the shop where you bought them.

To resume a relationship

She has forgiven him, and taken him back.

take back what one has said; "He swallowed his words"
If you say that something takes you back, you mean that it reminds you of a period of your past life and makes you think about it again. I enjoyed experimenting with colours -- it took me back to being five years old This takes me back
regain possession of something
move text to the previous line; in printing regain possession of something resume a relationship with someone after an interruption, as in a wife taking back her husband
move text to the previous line; in printing
bring back to the point of departure
take something back into possession; apologize for saying something
If you take something back, you admit that something that you said or thought is wrong. I take it back, I think perhaps I am an extrovert Take back what you said about Jeremy!
resume a relationship with someone after an interruption, as in a wife taking back her husband
If you take someone back, you allow them to come home again, after they have gone away because of a quarrel or other problem. Why did she take him back? The government has agreed to take back those people who are considered economic rather than political refugees
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. If I buy something and he doesn't like it I'll take it back I once took back a pair of shoes that fell apart after a week
cause someone to remember the past; "This photo takes me back to the good old days"
take a back seat
To be second to someone or something; to be less important or have a lower priority

But as with most kids, politics took a backseat to daily life. — My Life by Bill Clinton.

To take back
take a back seat
abstain from being in a chief position, permit oneself to be a secondary factor
to take back
take back