What is the Meaning of TRANSPORT BACK?
for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
transport someone/something back
transport back someone/something
To transport someone (or something) back means to return a person (or thing) to an earlier time in history.
Because this can only be done in Science Fiction or imaginary stories, this phrasal verb is often used to mean: cause someone to feel they are in a time, or place, from the past
Being at the antique car show transported my father back to his childhood.
|present –||TRANSPORT BACK|
|present participle –||TRANSPORTING BACK|
|past –||TRANSPORTED BACK|
|past participle –||TRANSPORTED BACK|