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  • Back to Basics — may refer to:*Back to Basics (campaign), an initiative that aimed to relaunch the UK government of John Major in 1993 *Back to basics (education)Musical Albums:* Back to Basics (Christina Aguilera album), released in 2006 * Back to Basics (Beenie …   Wikipedia

  • back to basics — A political slogan advocating a return to what are regarded as basic values of morality and behaviour • • • Main Entry: ↑basic * * * back to basics [back to basics] a phrase used by politicians and others who are concerned about standards in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • back to basics — is a 1990s British political slogan redolent of John Major s years in office, invoking a return to fundamental principles of honesty and decency, which is likely to recur from time to time. When used adjectivally, it should be hyphened (a back to …   Modern English usage

  • back to basics — returned to the main principles of something. She got back to basics on her last album, using just a guitar and piano to produce some wonderful music. Usage notes: often used with go or get, as in the example Etymology: based on the idea of… …   New idioms dictionary

  • back to basics — 1. adverb back to fundamental principles You cant teach them calculus when they cant add up; lets get back to basics. 2. noun A conscious return to principles such as self respect, decency and …   Wiktionary

  • back to basics — Meaning A return to previously held values of decency. Origin This became prominent in current language in the UK with a 1993 speech by UK prime minister John Major, although it has been used in every day language long before that. Major: It is… …   Meaning and origin of phrases

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