Definition of 'carry'
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Example sentences containing 'carry'
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The people carrying out the work are putting themselves at great risk. The Sun (2017)We were not getting carried away after the first few games. The Sun (2016)They can carry chemicals that would otherwise be blocked by the body. The Sun (2016)Some of the alleged crimes were carried out on Swiss territory. The Sun (2016)At university, she was helped by her father to find a practical car that could carry her boat and equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Police said that the attack was probably carried out by one person. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Will she carry on for another two decades at the top? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are trained to attack people carrying weapons. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Visitors carried away by this current will emerge as refreshed as the paintings themselves now feel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are very unlikely to carry out a crime like this. The Sun (2009)It is very rare that a venal person carries out a malign plot with exquisite skill. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can only carry on doing that for a short period. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What is the best way to carry my luggage? Times, Sunday Times (2014)They announced that my father had carried out an act of great importance. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)He gave crucial first aid and carried him through enemy fire to safety. The Sun (2008)Yesterday a fleet of boats carried flowers to the yacht. The Sun (2007)It must carry its own legitimacy and staying power with it. The Constraints of Corporate Tradition (1987)It would be unfair to get carried away after one game. The Sun (2010)Perhaps that will carry over into another record and perhaps a new tour. The Sun (2012) People began carrying home individual items for cleaning and restoration. Christianity Today (2000)The main challenge was how to provide the best advice and not get too carried away. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The crime carries the death penalty there. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'carry'
British English: carry /ˈkærɪ/ VERB
If you carry something, you take it with you, holding it so that it does not touch the ground.
He was carrying a briefcase.
- American English: carry
- Arabic: يَحْمِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: carregar
- Chinese: 运送
- Croatian: nositi
- Czech: nést
- Danish: bære
- Dutch: dragen sjouwen
- European Spanish: llevar
- Finnish: kantaa
- French: porter poids
- German: tragen
- Greek: μεταφέρω
- Italian: portare
- Japanese: 運ぶ
- Korean: ...을 운반하다
- Norwegian: bære
- Polish: nieść
- European Portuguese: carregar
- Romanian: a duce
- Russian: нести
- Spanish: llevar
- Swedish: bära
- Thai: ขนส่ง
- Turkish: taşımak
- Ukrainian: нести
- Vietnamese: mang
Definition of carry from the Collins English Dictionary
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