get back to

[ɡet bæk]

Meaning

to resume the conversation (usually on the phone) or any activity after a pause

Examples 👇

Andrea Bocelli Wants to Get Back to Work. The Wall Street Journal

IPL could be great way to get back to playing cricket, says Australia pacer Pat Cummins. Press Trust of India

SHIMANO Australia and Steve "Starlo" Starling say it's time to dust off the gear and get back to fishing. fishingworld.com

Get back to business safely and successfully – Insights from a top creative agency. shoppingcentrenews.com

Republicans Much More Eager to Get Back to Traveling Than Dems. skift.com

I’m ready to get back to regular routine again - Fear will make ‘new’ normal ‘the’ normal. rockportpilot.com

States begin to get back to business. cbs.com

The Caravan and Camping Industry Association (CCIA) NSW today welcomed Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s announcement that people can get back to their travel and holiday plans in NSW from 1 June. miragenews.com

“You know, I want to get back to playing,” James said. “I love to play the game of basketball. I know how inspiring the game of basketball is. I know how inspiring sport is, itself." sports.mb.com.ph

The school's P&C president Jessica Yeo said it was good to see children, including her own, back in the classroom. "It feels lovely, and it's nice to get back to a sense of routine again," Ms Yeo said. canberratimes.com.au