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Definition of 'carry out'

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You were the one who said we were dealing with fanatics who would stop at nothing to carry out their plans. MacNeill, Alastair CODE BREAKERBut of course she would take a message, and he could rely on someone from the Agence to carry out his wishes. Hilton, John Buxton MOONDROP TO MURDEROnly Sethos could be so bold; only he could carry out such a daring plot. Elizabeth Peters LION IN THE VALLEY (2000)Then what happened after that was... we got a carry-out and came here. David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)When he passed the Chinese carry-out he stopped and looked in through the plate-glass window, disapproving sternly. various & introduction by Deirdre Chapman A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990 (2003)

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Translations for 'carry out'

British English: carry out /ˈkærɪ aʊt/ VERB
If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it.
The police carried out the arrests.
  • American English: carry out
  • Arabic: يُنَفِّذُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: executar
  • Chinese: 执行
  • Croatian: provesti
  • Czech: provést činnost
  • Danish: udføre
  • Dutch: uitvoeren
  • European Spanish: realizar ejecutar
  • Finnish: toteuttaa
  • French: mener
  • German: durchführen
  • Greek: εκτελώ
  • Italian: eseguire
  • Japanese: 実行する
  • Korean: 실행하다
  • Norwegian: utføre
  • Polish: wykonać
  • European Portuguese: executar
  • Romanian: a efectua
  • Russian: осуществлять
  • Latin American Spanish: cumplir llevar a cabo
  • Swedish: utföra
  • Thai: ทำให้สำเร็จ
  • Turkish: uygulamak
  • Ukrainian: виконувати
  • Vietnamese: thực hiện

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Definition of carry out from the Collins English Dictionary
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