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- (intransitive) To return to a place.
- (intransitive) To return to one's possession, especially of memories.
- Suddenly it all came back to him, the tea, the petite madeleines, his mother.
- (intransitive) To return to a former state, usually a desirable one; to become fashionable once more.
- Many people counted him out, but he came back better than ever.
- Paisley is coming back this year.
- (intransitive) To retort.
- He came back with one of his snide remarks.
(intransitive) To return to a place