to bring (a friend) back (a gift): to return (from a trip) with (a present for somebody)
I brought you back a beret and a baguette from Paris. I hope you like your gifts!
to bring (a child) back to (their home): to return (somewhere with someone); to take (someone) back (somewhere)
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