Phrasal Verb/Idiom: take someone back (take back someone)
— If your spouse hits you, don’t ever take him or her back without going through professional counseling together.
— I took my girlfriend back two times but now I realize she’ll never change and we’re not good together.
— I resigned on good terms so I'm confident my old law firm will take me back.
— After a long separation, my wife decided to take me back. The separation was helpful for both of us and we realized how much we wanted to work things out.
— My relatives are pressuring me to take back my husband for the sake of our kids.
— We fired our receptionist for tardiness but took her back a year later and she's been fine.
— You cheated on your husband and you wonder why he won't take you back?
— Let me be clear. This is a permanent break up. I will never take you back again!
— If my ex-girlfriend breaks up with her boyfriend, I'd take her back in a heartbeat.
— Let's hope that client will take us back now that Melissa has resigned. That client alone brought in 10% of our sales.
— Look, if you take Sarah back again, we don't want to hear any more complaints!
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