Translation of carry in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (bear, take)(case/book)help me carry this into the hall
llevarayúdame a llevar esto a la salaI can't carry this, it's too heavyno puedo cargar con esto, pesa demasiadoshe was carrying her baby in her armsllevaba a su hijo en brazoswe half carried, half dragged him toward the exitlo llevamos casi a rastras hacia la salidaI've been carrying the book around for weeksllevo semanas con el libro a cuestasExample sentences1.2 (have with one)
llevar encimahe never carries any moneynunca lleva dinero encimaExample sentences1.3 (be provided with) our products carry a five-year guarantee
- The two wounded demonstrators were carried by people near them to nearby houses.
- I have a false leg now but it takes me a while to move around and carrying things is difficult.
- Sure enough, there was a white moving van and people carrying boxes to the house.
nuestros productos tienen una garantía de cinco añosthe symbol is carried on the firm's truckslos camiones tienen or llevan el símbolo de la compañíaevery pack carries the logo of the companytodos los paquetes vienen con or traen el logotipo de la compañíathe ships carry nuclear weaponslos buques están equipados con or dotados de armas nuclearesnowadays the word carries sinister overtoneshoy en día la palabra conlleva or tiene connotaciones siniestrasExample sentences
- As if that's not enough to bring the whole party down, one of the politicians also carries a terrible medical secret.
- They are stubborn enough to carry their grudges a long time.
- The deeply spiritual actress makes no secret of the fact that wherever she goes she carries a small, gold amulet - a gift from her Guru in Malaysia and a potent symbol of his protection.
Example sentences1.4 (be pregnant with) when I was carrying my first child
- The former lord chancellor notes that the bill carries with it the worst of unintended consequences.
- Thus, the experience of being rejected by peers carries with it a set of experiences and consequences that contribute to subsequent conduct problems.
- The process carries with it ethical implications - for example, loss of researchers' time and impairments in the quality of data collected.
cuando esperaba a mi primer hijo
- But for any product carrying the Perry's brand name, the mix is vat pasteurized.
- The trains, which all carry the name Thameslink Cityflier, were expected to offer a full service by today.
- It was introduced because we identified a consumer need for a low-carbohydrate and low calorie beer that still has a taste refined enough to carry the Michelob family name.
cuando estaba embarazada or encinta de mi primer hijoExample sentences
- But first lets get an update on our baby twins who were carried by a surrogate.
- I was carrying a bigger baby than in my previous pregnancies.
- He is a good friend of the couple and is the father of the twins the woman is carrying by in vitro fertilization.
- 2 2.1 (convey) the car can carry four peopleel coche tiene cabida para cuatro personasshe was carried along by the crowd
en el coche caben cuatro personasfue arrastrada por la multitudas fast as his legs would carry himtan rápido como pudo
a todo lo que dabaExample sentences2.2 (channel, transmit)
(oil/water/sewage)blood carries oxygen to all parts of the body
- With its low-slung frame, the truck can be carried aboard military transport planes and deployed anywhere in the world.
- Tragedy struck when the transport ship carrying the 33 children crashed.
- Several lorries would be required to carry the mail which is now carried in one train.
llevarla sangre lleva el oxígeno a todas las partes del cuerpooverhead cables carry 10,000 voltspor los cables aéreos pasa una corriente de 10.000 voltiosthe wind carried her voice to himel viento le hizo llegar su voz2.3(disease)foxes carry the virus
ser portador delos zorros son portadores del virusExample sentences2.4to carry conviction (voice/argument/point)
ser convincenteas a witness, she doesn't carry conviction
- The problem also has serious implications for all who use the Scottish hills, including walkers and climbers, since some ticks carry the dangerous Lyme disease.
- Scientists say that one in every three ticks carries Lyme disease, so a decrease in tick numbers could have a significant effect on reducing the illness in humans.
- One of every five people carry a sexually transmitted disease in the United States.
convencercomo testigo no es convincente or no convenceExample sentences
- No candidate has won the popular vote without carrying Roman Catholics.
- It is impossible to conjecture what might have happened, had the Governor-General failed to carry the electorate with him at this crisis.
- He was doing everything right. Yet he lost, failing even to carry the voters who elected him twice as mayor.
- 3 3.1 (support)Example sentences3.2 (take responsibility for)
- It has long meant a story told in a hundred words: a structure as light and strong as a balloon that can carry its own weight a thousand times over.
- The entire body weight is thus carried by the thumbs and the big toe, even as the bones of the rest of the body are cracking with pain.
- For those with osteo-arthiritis, she suggests swimming and water exercises, because in the water one does not have to carry one's body weight.
cargar conExample sentences3.3 (sustain) the lead actress carried the play
la protagonista sacó la obra adelantewe can't afford to carry any passengersno nos podemos permitir el lujo de tener gente que no produzcaExample sentences
- Well the newspaper must carry some responsibility here.
- No faith can be defined by its fringes, but every faith must carry some responsibility for its extremists.
- The Government must carry the blame for big council tax increases.
- Unfortunately the mystery is not suspenseful or for that matter interesting enough to carry the plot on it's own.
- The fans help carry the game.
- Unfortunately none of the other characters were funny enough to carry the show.
- 4 (involve, entail)(responsibility)
conllevar(consequences)crimes of this nature carry a high penalty
traer aparejadoeste tipo de delito trae aparejada una pena gravethis account carries 10% interestesta cuenta produce or da un interés del 10%each question carries 10 pointscada una de las preguntas vale 10 puntosthe measure carries the threat of job lossesla medida encierra la amenaza de la pérdida de puestos de trabajo
- 5 (extend, continue) if we carry this line furthersi prolongamos esta rectathe fighting was carried over the borderla lucha se extendió más allá de la fronteranever carry a diet too farno hay que exagerar con los regímenesthat's carrying matters too fareso es llevar las cosas demasiado lejosExample sentences
- His most influential interpreter carried his ideas further, even to the justification of regicide.
- Do you want this development to be carried forward in a people-friendly and environmentally sound manner?
- The first person to really carry forward his ideas was Philippe de la Hire.
- 6 6.1 (gain support for)(bill/motion)she carried her point
aprobarhizo prevalecer su argumentoExample sentences6.2 (Politics) (win)
(constituency/city)to carry all before oneshe arrived in Washington, carrying all before her
- The decision was bitterly controversial and was carried by Republican Party majorities alone.
- The substantive motion was then voted on, and carried by a massive majority.
- If member states had agreed that the treaty could be carried by a majority vote, that would be one thing.
hacerse conllegó a Washington, arrasando con todothe new model has carried all before itel nuevo modelo ha arrasado con la competencia
- 7 7.1 (stock)Example sentences7.2 (include) (Journalism)
- Online bridal stores also carry the latest styles with the most competitive and reasonable prices.
- The shop carries four exclusive cosmetic ranges.
- All of these stores carry everything you could need in organic produce and groceries.
- The new deal ensures that commentary from every league and cup match can be carried by the station.
- I'll see whether any of the mainstream newspapers have carried a more detailed report.
- Each of the five stations will carry BBC World Service's news, science, music and cultural programmes.
- 9 (Mathematics) carry 1(me) llevo 1Example sentences
- If ever you get a sum bigger than 10, then write down the units digit of the sum and remember to carry anything over into your next pair to add.
- Then, like a line of dominoes, the nines turn into zeros as we carry one back and back.
- Write down the last digit and carry the other digit, if any, working right-to-left.
reflexive verbto carry oneself
- 1 (in bearing) she carries herself welltiene buen porteExample sentences
- Never arrogant or boastful, they stand their ground and carry themselves with authority.
- When we lose our humor, our whole demeanor changes - our tone of voice, how we move and carry ourselves, our facial expressions.
- Their attractiveness lies not so much in their appearance as in the way they carry themselves and behave.
- 2 (behave)comportarseshe carried herself well in a difficult situation
actuarsupo desenvolverse bien en una situación difícil
- sound carries further in the mountainsen la montaña los sonidos llegan más lejosher voice carries wellsu voz tiene mucha proyecciónthe arrow carried beyond the targetla flecha siguió más allá del blancoExample sentences
- The sound of voices carried to them from the eastern side of the island.
- In the silence and still air sound carries surprisingly clearly.
- He could hear the sound of voices carrying from the inside of the room.
- they were carried away by the excitement of the occasion
- the music carried me back to those happy days
- 1 1.1 (abduct)
- 1 1.1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (continue, maintain)
- 1 (perform, conduct) 2 (fulfill)
- 1 (defer, postpone) 2
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + object + preposition + object (enable to survive) it was this thought that carried us through
se dejaron llevar por lo emocionante de la ocasiónthe audience was completely carried away by his virtuosity
su virtuosismo transportó or extasió al públicoI got carried away and painted the window as well
me entusiasmé y pinté la ventana tambiénhe didn't really mean it, he got a little carried away
no lo hizo a propósito, se le fue un poco la mano
la música me recordó aquellos tiempos felices
la música me transportó a aquellos felices tiempos [literary]
(total)can we carry the surplus forward to next year?
llevar (a la columna o página siguiente)
llevar (a la columna o página siguiente)
¿podemos transferir el excedente al ejercicio siguiente?carried forward
(disease/plague) [dated]2 2.1 (win)
(trophy/cup)she carried off all the prizes
barrió or arrasó con todos los premios2.2 (succeed with) will she be able to carry off the part with sufficient style?
¿podrá interpretar el papel con el estilo que se requiere?she carried the interview off very well
salió muy airosa or muy bien parada de la entrevistathey tried to seem unruffled and they almost carried it off
trataron de dar la impresión de que ni se inmutaban y casi lo lograron
(practice)1.2verb + adverb + object (conduct, pursue)
(conversation/correspondence)2verb + adverb 2.1 (continue) the strike could well carry on into the new year
la huelga podría seguir or continuar hasta entrado el año que vienecarry on, you were saying?
continúa ¿qué estabas diciendo?to carry on
seguir +they just carried on talking
siguieron hablando como si tal cosato carry on
seguircarry on with what you're doing!
¡sigue con lo que estás haciendo!I've got enough work to be carrying on with
por el momento tengo bastante trabajo2.2 (make a fuss) [colloquial]what a way to carry on!
¡qué manera de hacer escándalo, por favor!there's no need to carry on about it!
¡no hay necesidad de seguir dale que dale con el asunto! [colloquial]2.3 (have affair) [colloquial]they'd been carrying on for years
hacía años que tenían un enredo [colloquial]
esta idea fue la que nos sostuvo durante la pruebaenough supplies to carry them through the winter
suficientes provisiones que les permitan sobrevivir el inviernoher spiritual strength carried her through her illness
su fortaleza espiritual la ayudó a sobrellevar la enfermedad2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (bring to completion)
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