Spanish Word for come-back  

English Word: come back

Spanish Word: regresar, volver
The Spanish Word for come back
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I may come back.
Tal vez pueda volver.
Come back to the hospital if you have pain on your chest.
Vuelva al hospital si tiene dolor en el pecho.
We come back at five.
Volvemos a las cinco.
Yes sir, I come back later.
Sí, claro, regreso más tarde.
I've just come back from holiday.
Acabo de regresar de vacaciones.
They come back to the clinic.
Ellos vuelven a la clínica.
As soon as we come back from the trip we'll paint the house.
En cuanto nosotros regresemos del viaje pintaremos la casa.
We'll come back as soon as the yacht arrives to the island.
Nosotros regresaremos en cuanto el yate llegue a la isla.
We come back.
Nosotros venimos de vuelta.
I am sorry, I can’t right now. Can you come back in 20 minutes?
Lo siento, no puedo ahora ¿Puede regresar en veinte minutos?
I wanted you to come back every now and then.
Quería que volvieras atrás de vez en cuando.
Don’t come back without bringing the money.
No te vuelvas sin traer el dinero.
Come back and see us
Vuelva a visitarnos
Come back as soon as possible.
Vuelva usted cuanto antes.
You will make your husband to come back to the hosue.
Tú harás que regrese tu esposa a la casa.
Please come back later.
Por favor regrese más tarde.
I will come back later.
Regresaré más tarde.
He was told to come back today.
Le dijeron que volviera hoy.
Come back in three days!
¡Vuelva dentro de tres días!
I hope that you come back soon.
Espero que volváis pronto.

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