take back[ teyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF take back
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKE BACK
You wait a little, and hear Uncle Peter take back what he's said about me.
Yet she would not take back the words either, nor would she grant the veil.
I know you say so, and I think very likely you will be glad to take back what you have said.
But when I found out who he was I tried to take back my denunciation, and they wouldn't let me.
They want us to take back the machinist that was dismissed the other day for drunkenness.
And Scipio found the letter thrust out for him to take back.
Take back your note; you shall give it to me when I hand you the money.
That was in the officer's thought when he refused to take back his Burmese servant.
Here he cut a large quantity of brazil wood to take back to Spain.
I think I looked so taken aback by that, that she had it on her lips to take back the request.