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make/stage a comeback

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake/stage a comebackmake/stage a comebackFASHIONABLEif a person, activity, style etc makes a comeback, they become popular again after being unpopular for a long time The miniskirt made a comeback in the late 1980s. comeback
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make/stage a comebackNot that pale faces are making a comeback.But since then it has been making a comeback.Even the poisonous dinitrophenol made a comeback.But Route 66 is making a comeback.But now at Shortwood farm in Herefordshire, the binder is making a comeback.The miniskirt made a comeback in the late 1980s.Rab tried to stage a comeback.But for Jones, still troubled by injury, and Barnes, yet to make a comeback, it is still too early.They, too, made a comeback, winning the presidency with Jimmy Carter in 1976.
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