1. to give back
Before I can return your children... you'll have to complete a course called family skills.
I'll return immediately.
Birds can fly thousands of miles away and return to the same place every year.
He gave away his entire fortune to an old friend's daughter, and expected nothing in return.
In the case of not agreeing to the conditions of the usage consent contract, promptly return the unopened media package to ABC for a full refund.
In return for helping you with your studies, I'd like to ask a small favor of you.
The students receive a 15,000 euro scholarship for their return trip and daily expenses.
If you are going to the library this afternoon, would you please return two books for me whilst you are there?
Quintilius Varus, return my legions!
Causing competitors to fail, obtaining confidential information, something that big business just can't do without - high risk but at the same time high return work.
An individual with an annual income of more than 15 million yen is required to file his or her final tax return in March.
It takes eight hours to fly from Zurich to Boston, but only six for the return trip.
It was believed that evil spirits would return to earth on the last day of the year.
On his return the chaste caresses of his wife amply recompenced the warrior for the fatigues he had undergone and for the danger which he had been exposed.
As the lesson comes to an end, even if the teacher doesn't say a word of "be quiet", "sit down!," the children naturally return to their seats and quieten down.
You'll have to go to the police station to reclaim your wallet.
His ambition is to reclaim the world championship title.
We reclaimed our bags at the hotel desk.
He went to baggage reclaim to pick up his luggage.
The Labour Party wants to reclaim their power.
Some day man will reclaim the desert for agriculture.