To put back

Related to To put back: attend to, fill up
(Naut.) to turn back; to return.

See also: Put

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
By the mother who bore you--for the love of Heaven--by your hope of salvation, I implore you to put back for the box!"
We made a determined effort to put back, but our little boat was like a feather in the breath of the tempest.
"Pardon me, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, who had profited by the moment he had been left alone to put back M.
There is nothing left me, sir, but to put back into the port of Glasgow after hands; and there (by your leave) ye will find them that are better able to talk to you."
By that time the wind had freshened, and it was impossible to put back for him."
Then, in the evening when the assistants left, he had to put back the sheets on the models and the cases and `gang' the sweepers again.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 28 (ANI): Braving the rainfall, more than 300 Railway and contract workers on Sunday commenced restoration work at Badlapur-Karjat section to put back the train services especially the lifeline of Mumbai to normalcy.
Operator Serco said the decision to put back the service's introduction was to minimise the risk of teething problems and in recognition of the "complexities" of the Highland route.
These are practically the reasons that compel us to call on the government, particularly the DTI, to put back flat glass in the mandatory standard list.
Mr Walster, how about telling the binmen to put back the bins a safe way, away from the roads, half and half on the kerb?
Industry leaders say the Government's decision to put back measures which would help small businesses by two years will be devastating to rural stations.
She said: "We talked to the International Federations yesterday, we were able to put back into the pot for sale around 3,000 tickets last night, they have all been sold.