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come back
verb + adverb

Translation of come back verb + adverb in Spanish:

  • 1 1.1
    (return)
    to come back from something
    volver de algo
    I've just come back from Paris/a business trip
    acabo de volver de París/un viaje de negocios
    to come back to something/somebody
    volver a algo/alguien
    would you like to come back to my place for a drink?
    ¿quieres venir a casa a tomar algo?
    my wife's come back to me
    mi mujer ha vuelto conmigo
    wide trousers have come back into fashion
    los pantalones anchos vuelven a estar de moda or se han vuelto a poner de moda
    1.2 (be remembered)to come back (to somebody)it's all coming back (to me)
    estoy volviendo a recordarlo todo
  • 2 2.1 (with reply, comment) See examples: I'd like to come back at the Minister on the question of …
    volviendo al tema de … quisiera decirle al señor Ministro que …
    I'll come back to you with the results
    ya le comunicaré los resultados
    2.2
    (stage recovery)
    recuperarse
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