To give back

Related to To give back: reciprocate
to recede; to retire; to retreat.

See also: Give

References in classic literature ?
The sun-baked streets seemed to give back the heat that had beat down on them during the day, and the passers-by dragged their feet along them wearily.
She seemed to tower over Caswall, and he to give back before her oncoming.
The second mate's gun had jammed, and so there were but two weapons opposed to the mutineers as they bore down upon the officers, who now started to give back before the infuriated rush of their men.
McAdam, and his client, upon hearing the facts of the case, very graciously consented to give back the papers, and to take the money which he had advanced.
Muscat: As part of its mission to conduct free knowledge sessions across the Sultanate, Oman's knowledge sharing platform is launching the "Knowledge Oman Giving Back" programme as a means to give back to the community.
Bolaji said that the need to give back joy, relaxation, comradeship and self fulfillment through music to the Historical community necessitates the concert.
"What inspires me to give back is a true joy knowing that our customers give us so much, and we want to be able to give back to them and our community," said Marci Kleinsasser of Handyman Connection.
"It is important to me to give back to our community and industry with my time as well as through charitable gifts.
Individuals are often looking to give back to their community, and several Rochester-area companies say assisting employees in giving back and facilitating company-wide fundraising efforts is not only the right thing to do to improve local communities but the activities can also assist with team building and help attract and retain talent.
A YouTube personality pretended to be homeless in order to give back to people who have the heart to give to the less fortunate.
Plenty of individuals want to give back to veterans but simply don't know how The men and women of the Home Depot Foundation and Team Depot don't have that problem.