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carry US English

Support and move (someone or something) from one place to another

carry US Thesaurus

she carried the box into the kitchen

put something into effect US English

Cause something to apply or become operative

carry on US English

Continue an activity or task

carry-on US English

(Of a bag or suitcase) suitable for taking onto an aircraft as handheld luggage

carry-out US English

Another term for takeout111.

carry-on New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

carry over US English

Extend beyond the normal or original area of application

open carry US English

The practice of openly carrying a firearm on one’s person in public

carry weight US English

Be influential or important

concealed carry US English

The practice of carrying a concealed firearm on one’s person in public

carry conviction US English

Be convincing

carry the day US English

Be victorious or successful

cash and carry US English

A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase and taken away by the purchaser

cost-of-carry US English

The difference between the cost and the financial benefit of holding a particular asset for a specified period

carry something on US English

Engage in an activity

fetch and carry US English

Run backward and forward bringing things to someone in a servile fashion

carry something away US English

Lose (a mast or other part of a ship) through breakage

carry something off US English

Win a prize

carry something out US English

Perform a task or planned operation

carry something over US English

Retain something and apply or deal with it in a new context

carry a torch for US English

Suffer from unrequited love for

carry something forward US English

Transfer figures to a new page or account

carry something through US English

Bring a project to completion

carry oneself in carry US English

Stand and move in a specified way

carry someone/something off US English

Take someone or something away by force

show in fly the flag US English

Represent or demonstrate support for one’s country, political party, or organization, especially when one is abroad

carry on in carry US English

Continue an activity or task

carry over in carry US English

Extend beyond the normal or original area of application

carry weight in carry US English

Be influential or important

carrying-on US English

Excited or overwrought behavior

carry something on in carry US English

Engage in an activity

carryall US English

A large bag or case

carrycot US English

A small portable bed for a baby

carry the day in carry US English

Be victorious or successful

carry something away in carry US English

Lose (a mast or other part of a ship) through breakage

carry someone/something off in carry US English

Take someone or something away by force

carry something out in carry US English

Perform a task or planned operation

carry something over in carry US English

Retain something and apply or deal with it in a new context

show in flag1 US English

Represent or demonstrate support for one’s country, political party, or organization, especially when one is abroad

carryover US English

Something transferred or resulting from a previous situation or context

carry on in carry US Thesaurus

they carried on arguing

carry something forward in carry US English

Transfer figures to a new page or account

carry something through in carry US English

Bring a project to completion

fetch and carry in fetch1 US English

Run backward and forward bringing things to someone in a servile fashion

carry out in carry US Thesaurus

operations were carried out in secret

carry a torch for in torch US English

Suffer from unrequited love for


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