get back definition

  • verb:
    • Return to in which one originated in.
    • come back to where one originated in.
    • to access, having an item returned.
    • to retrieve, having something came back.
    • to do something to hurt or hurt who's got injured or damaged you.
    • to accomplish anything to harm or hurt who may have hurt or damaged you.
    • take payback if not out a score
    • Return to where one originated from.
    • take revenge if not out a score
    • to retrieve, to possess an item came back.
    • recover anything or a person that were lost
    • heal something or someone that appeared as if lost
    • to accomplish something to hurt or harm who has got injured or harmed you.
    • get your revenge for a wrong or a personal injury
    • get your payback for a wrong or an accident
    • take revenge or out a score
    • retrieve some thing or someone that were lost
    • get your payback for an incorrect or a personal injury
    • come back to where one came from.
    • to recover, to have an item returned.
    • to accomplish some thing to hurt or harm who has got hurt or harmed you.
    • simply take payback and even out a score
    • go back to in which one came from.
    • Return to where one came from.
    • recover one thing or somebody that appeared to be lost
    • to recover, having a product came back.
    • get a person's revenge for an incorrect or an injury
    • to recover, having an item returned.
    • to do one thing to harm or hurt who's got injured or harmed you.
    • to complete some thing to hurt or hurt who has got harmed or harmed you.
    • take revenge or even out a score
    • retrieve one thing or a person that appeared as if lost
    • simply take payback and sometimes even out a score
    • get an individual's revenge for a wrong or a personal injury
    • recover one thing or a person that seemed to be lost
    • get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury
    • go back to in which one came from.
    • to recover, to possess an item returned.
    • to complete anything to harm or harm who's injured or damaged you.
    • just take revenge as well as out a score
    • recover anything or somebody that looked like lost
    • go back to where one originated in.
    • to access, having a product came back.
    • doing some thing to hurt or harm having hurt or harmed you.
    • take payback and sometimes even out a score
    • recuperate something or someone that seemed to be lost
    • get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury
    • get a person's revenge for an incorrect or an accident

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