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Synonyms for get back

recover something or somebody that appeared to be lost


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take revenge or even out a score

get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury


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He said: "As players there is no reason why we can't get back together, but don't get excited about the summerwhen McCartneyplays in Liverpool - he is on his own.
If an offensive team shoots, misses, and surrenders a defensive rebound; there will be two assigned positions for the first two defenders who are trying to get back to protect their basket.
With impact training, we can get back to the basics of underwriting.
Things often work out a little differently than anticipated, and you need to figure out a way to get back on track.
Otherwise, a routine-stopping injury is likely, making it even harder to get back on the right track down the road.
The timing of it really sucked but I definitely want to get back out there for him and for everybody because if I'm out there that means we have the lead and that's good for us going down the stretch.