English version

be transported back to/into something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe transported back to/into somethingbe transported back to/into somethingIMAGINEto imagine that you are in another place or time because of something that you see or hear One look, and I was transported back to childhood. transport
Examples from the Corpus
be transported back to/into somethingYears later, at a sound, sight or scent, you can be transported back to that place.He had only to pick one of them up to be transported back to the time and place of its acquisition.
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