bring back

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To reenact an old rule or law.
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In the UK it is customary to hold a vote every few years on whether to bring back the death penalty.

Submitted on August 09, 2009

Additional definitions for 'bring back':

bring backTo fetch something.
bring backTo cause someone to remember something from the past.
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