take you back to something


take you back to something
take (you) back (to (something)) to cause you to remember.

That song takes me back to my miserable adolescence.


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  • take you back to — take (you) back (to (something)) to cause you to remember. That song takes me back to my miserable adolescence …   New idioms dictionary

  • take (you) back — (to (something)) to cause you to remember. That song takes me back to my miserable adolescence …   New idioms dictionary

  • take back to something — take (you) back (to (something)) to cause you to remember. That song takes me back to my miserable adolescence …   New idioms dictionary

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  • take a back seat — ► to become less important (than something else): »Agriculture, which generates only about $50 million a year in revenue, takes a back seat to other industries like oil and gas that bring in billions of dollars. »Environmental issues take a back… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌtake sth ˈback — phrasal verb 1) to take something that you have bought back to the shop because it is broken or not suitable 2) to admit that something that you said was wrong I m sorry – I take it back.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • take a back seat —    If you take a back seat you choose to have a less important function and become less involved in something.     He decided it was time to take a back seat and let someone younger run the club …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • take sth back — UK US take sth back Phrasal Verb with take({{}}/teɪk/ verb [T] (took, taken) ► to return something that you have bought to a store: »He took the faulty kettle back and demanded a refund …   Financial and business terms

  • draw back from something doing something — ˌdraw ˈback (from sth/from doing sth) derived to choose not to take action, especially because you feel nervous • We drew back from taking our neighbours to court. Main entry: ↑drawderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • take back to — take (you) back (to (something)) to cause you to remember. That song takes me back to my miserable adolescence …   New idioms dictionary


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