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Definitions of CARRY in various dictionaries:
- noun - the act of carrying something
- verb - move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body
- verb - have with oneself
- verb - transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
- verb - serve as a means for expressing something
- verb - bear or be able to bear the weight, pressure,or responsibility of
- verb - support or hold in a certain manner
- verb - contain or hold
- verb - extend to a certain degree
- verb - continue or extend
- verb - be necessarily associated with or result in or involve
- verb - win in an election
- verb - include, as on a list
- verb - behave in a certain manner
- verb - have on hand
- verb - include as the content
- verb - propel, "Carry the ball"
- verb - pass on a communication
- verb - have as an inherent or characteristic feature or have as a consequence
- verb - be conveyed over a certain distance
- verb - keep up with financial support
- verb - have or possess something abstract
- verb - be equipped with (a mast or sail)
- verb - win approval or support for
- verb - compensate for a weaker partner or member by one's own performance
- verb - take further or advance
- verb - have on the surface or on the skin
- verb - capture after a fight
- verb - transfer (entries) from one account book to another
- verb - transfer (a number, cipher, or remainder) to the next column or unit's place before or after, in addition or multiplication
- verb - pursue a line of scent or be a bearer
- verb - bear (a crop)
- verb - propel or give impetus to
- verb - drink alcohol without showing ill effects
- verb - be able to feed
- verb - have a certain range
- verb - cover a certain distance or advance beyond
- verb - secure the passage or adoption (of bills and motions)
- verb - be successful in
- verb - sing or play against other voices or parts
- verb - be pregnant with
- See Synonyms at convey.
- To take from one place to another; transport: a train carrying freight; a courier carrying messages.
- To transport (someone) in a motor vehicle, such as an automobile.
- To serve as a means for the conveyance of; transmit: pipes that carry waste water; a bridge that carries traffic between the two cities.
- To communicate; pass on: The news was carried by word of mouth to every settlement.
- To express or contain: harsh words that carried a threat of violence.
- To have (something) on the surface or skin; bear: carries scars from acne.
- To hold or be capable of holding: The tank carries 16 gallons when full.
- To support the weight or responsibility of: carried a heavy academic load last semester.
- To keep or have on one’s person: stopped carrying credit cards.
- To be pregnant with.
- To hold and move (the body or a part of it) in a particular way: carried her head proudly.
- To behave or conduct (oneself) in a specified manner.
- To extend or continue in space, time, or degree: carried the line to the edge of the page; carry a joke too far.
- To give impetus to; propel: The wind carried the ball over the fence.
- To take further; advance: carry a cause.
- To take or seize, especially by force; capture.
- To be successful in; win: lost the game but carried the match.
- To gain victory, support, or acceptance for: The motion was carried in a close vote.
- To win a majority of the votes in: Roosevelt carried all but two states in the 1936 presidential election.
- To gain the sympathy of; win over: The amateurs’ enthusiasm carried the audience.
- To include or keep on a list: carried a dozen workers on the payroll.
- To have as an attribute or accompaniment: an appliance carrying a full-year guarantee.
- To involve as a condition, consequence, or effect: The crime carried a fiveyear sentence.
- To transfer from one place, as a column, page, or book, to another: carry a number in addition.
- To keep in stock; offer for sale: a store that carries a full line of electronic equipment.
- To keep in one’s accounts as a debtor: carried the unemployed customer for 90 days.
- To maintain or support (one that is weaker or less competent, for example).
- To compensate for (a weaker member or partner) by one’s performance.
- To place before the public; print or broadcast: The morning papers carried the story.
- To produce as a crop.
- To provide forage for (livestock): land that carries sheep.
- To sing (a melody, for example) on key: carry a tune.
- To cover (a distance) or advance beyond (a point or object) in one golf stroke.
- To hold and rush with (the ball).
- To palm (the ball) in violation of the rules.
- To act as a bearer: teach a dog to fetch and carry.
- To be transmitted or conveyed; cover a range: a voice that carries well.
- To admit of being transported: Unbalanced loads do not carry easily.
- To hold the neck and head in a certain way.
- To be accepted or approved: The proposal carried by a wide margin.
- The act or process of carrying.
- A portage, as between two navigable bodies of water.
- The range of a gun or projectile.
- The distance traveled by a hurled or struck ball.
- Reach; projection: “a voice that had far more carry to it than at any time in the term thus far” (Jimmy Breslin).
- An act of rushing with the ball: a carry of two yards.
- To cause the death of: was carried off by a fever.
- To handle successfully: carried off the difficult situation with aplomb.
- To conduct; maintain: carry on a thriving business.
- To engage in: carry on a love affair.
- To continue without halting; persevere: carry on in the face of disaster.
- To behave in an excited, improper, or silly manner.
- To put into practice or effect: carry out a new policy.
- To follow or obey: carry out instructions.
- To bring to a conclusion; accomplish: carried out the mission successfully.
- To transfer (an account) to the next column, page, or book relating to the same account.
- To retain (merchandise or other goods) for a subsequent, usually the next, season.
- To deduct (an unused tax credit or a loss, for example) for taxable income of a subsequent period.
- To persist to another time or situation: The confidence gained in remedial classes carried over into the children’s regular school work.
- To accomplish; complete: carry a project through despite difficulties.
- To survive; persist: prejudices that have carried through over the centuries.
- Therefore, carry is more closely related to car than is drive, which only makes literal sense if the vehicle is drawn by a team of animals.
- verb - to convey from one place to another
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