Another word for return
The act of coming again
entrance, homecoming, entry, reentry, revisitation, arrival, coming, appearance, reappearance, occurrence, recurrence, reoccurrence, repetition, reversion, renewal, resurgence, bounding back, recovery, reemergence, resurfacing, recoiling, rotating; see also sense 2.
The act of being returned
restoration, restoring, restitution, replacement, giving back, recompense, recompensing, reimbursement, repayment, acknowledgment, answer, rejoinder, reaction, reciprocation, reversion, reverberation, rebound, recoil, reconsideration; see also sense 1; answer 1, reparation 2.
Report; often plural
in exchange, back, as payment, as repayment, in compensation, as a reward, in response, in retaliation.
To go back
come back, come again, go again, recur, reappear, reoccur, repeat, revert, reconsider, reenter, reexamine, reinspect, bounce back up, resurface, turn back, retrace one's steps, turn, rotate, revolve, renew, revive, recover, regain, rebound, circle back, double back, backtrack, reverse, move back, reel back, reverberate, repercuss, recoil, retrace, hark back to, revisit, retire, retreat.
To give back
put back, send back, restore, replace, bring back, take back, restitute, render, reseat, reestablish, reinstate, react, recompense, refund, repay, make restitution, reciprocate, requite, retaliate, exchange, hand back, roll back, toss back, thrust back.
To yield a profit
To speak formally
Another word for returnverb
To come back to a former condition:recrudesce, recur, reoccur, revert. See repetition
To go again to a former place:come back, go back, revisit. See approach
To send, put, or carry back to a former location:give back, restore, take back. See increase, keep
To bring back into existence or use:reestablish, reinstate, reintroduce, renew, restore, revive. See increase, keep
To speak or act in response, as to a question:answer, rejoin, reply, respond, retort, riposte. See ask
To give or take mutually:reciprocate, requite. See connect
To make as income or profit:bring in, clear, draw, earn, gain, gross, net2, pay, produce, realize, repay, yield. See money
To deliver (an indictment or verdict, for example):hand down, render. See law
To put (someone) in the possession of a prior position or office:give back, reinstate, replace, restore. See increase, keep