carry

  • 1 Carry — Car ry, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Carried}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Carrying}.] [OF. carier, charier, F. carrier, to cart, from OF. car, char, F. car, car. See {Car}.] 1. To convey or transport in any manner from one place to another; to bear; often with… …

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  • 2 carry — ► VERB (carries, carried) 1) move or transport from one place to another. 2) have on one s person wherever one goes. 3) support the weight of. 4) assume or accept (responsibility or blame). 5) have as a feature or consequence: the bike carries a… …

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  • 3 Carry — or carrying may refer to: *Carry (arithmetic), when a digit becomes bigger than limit and the extra is moved to the left **Carry flag, the equivalent in calculation in a computer *Carrying (basketball), a rule breach in basketball *Carry… …

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  • 4 carry — [kar′ē] vt. carried, carrying [ME carien < Anglo Fr carier < NormFr carre, CAR1] 1. to hold or support while moving [to carry a package] 2. to take from one place to another; transport, as in a vehicle [to carry the mail] 3. to hold …

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  • 5 Carry On — may refer to:Albums* Carry On (Chris Cornell album), a 2007 album * Carry On (Crosby, Stills Nash album), a 1998 compilation album * Carry On (Kansas album), a 1992 compilation album * Carry On (Bobby Caldwell album), a 1982 album by Bobby… …

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  • 6 carry — vb Carry, bear, convey, transport, transmit are comparable when they mean to be or to serve as the agent or the means whereby something or someone is moved from one place to another. Carry often implies the use of a cart or carriage or more… …

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  • 7 Carry — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: David Carry (* 1981), britischer Schwimmer Julius Carry (1952–2008), US amerikanischer Schauspieler Scoops Carry (1915–1970), eigentlich George Dorman Carey, US amerikanischer Jazzmusiker und Jurist Carry… …

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  • 8 carry — I (succeed) verb accomplish, achieve, attain, be victorious, bring to pass, cause to happen, complete, culminate, effect, effectuate, gain, prevail, score, succeed, triumph, win associated concepts: carry a vote II (transport) verb bear, bring,… …

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  • 9 carry — n. m. V. cari et curry. cari, carri, carry, cary, kari n. m. d1./d Syn. de curry (sens 1). d2./d Plat de viande, de poisson ou d oeufs, dont la sauce comprend des tomates, de l ail, des oignons, de la poudre de curcuma, etc. Syn. curry. d3./d Par …

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  • 10 Carry on Oi!! — Kompilationsalbum von Diverse Veröffentlichung 1981 Label Secret Records Format LP, CD …

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  • 11 Carry On — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Carry On Álbum de estudio de Chris Cornell Publicación …

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  • 12 Carry On — Carry On …

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  • 13 carry-on — carry on1 n 1.) [usually singular] BrE spoken a situation in which someone behaves in a silly or annoying way ▪ What a carry on! 2.) AmE a bag that you are allowed to take onto a plane with you →carry on at ↑carry1 …

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  • 14 Carry — Car ry, v. i. 1. To act as a bearer; to convey anything; as, to fetch and carry. [1913 Webster] 2. To have propulsive power; to propel; as, a gun or mortar carries well. [1913 Webster] 3. To hold the head; said of a horse; as, to carry well i. e …

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  • 15 Carry It On — Album par Joan Baez Sortie 1971 Genre folk Producteur Christopher Knight Label Vanguard Classement …

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  • 16 carry-on — carry ,on1 adjective only before noun carry on bags or suitcases are ones that you can keep with you on an airplane carry on carry ,on 2 noun singular BRITISH SPOKEN an annoying, silly, or unreasonable situation …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 Carry — Porté notamment dans l Ain (également 70), c est sans doute un toponye avec le sens de lieu rocheux (racine pré indoeuropéenne kar, car). On connaît la commune de Carry le Rouet (13), mais Carry est aussi le nom de plusieurs hameaux ou lieux dits …

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  • 18 carry — early 14c., from Anglo Fr. carier to transport in a vehicle or O.N.Fr. carrier (Fr. charrier), from Gallo Romance *carrizare, from L.L. carricare, from L. carrum (see CAR (Cf. car)). Sense of gain victory in an election is from 1610s. The noun is …

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  • 19 carry it — 1. To behave, demean oneself 2. To gain the advantage, carry the day (also carry it away) • • • Main Entry: ↑carry …

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  • 20 carry on — {v.} 1. To work at; be busy with; manage. * /Bill and his father carried on a hardware business./ * /Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith carried on a long correspondence with each other./ 2. To keep doing as before; continue. * /After his father died, Bill… …

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