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When you want to say : I'd like to bring not all but some parts of a conversation in here or I'd want to retell a conversation , what would the possible expressions be, instead of retell or bring in?

  • tell a conversation is dodgy, so is retelling it. I want to repeat part of a conversation. Unless it's taped, how do you know for sure?? – Lambie Oct 31 '18 at 22:34
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I'd like to bring not all but some parts of a conversation in here

"I'd like to reiterate my previous statement, that …"

"I'd like to repeat my point, that …"

I'd want to retell a conversation ,

If some time had elapsed (e.g. polite reminder)

I would like to recount my previous conversation, where I told you....

I would like to remind you of our previous conversation, where I told you....

Emphatical (However depending on tone of content may be taken as mild or rude)

I already told you, …

I told you, ...

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to restate TFD

to state again

As in:

Could you please restate that part of X

I also think you use of retell is good too, and to re-visit is oft used.

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