Definition of 'carry over'
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Tonight's votes from the judges will be carried over to next weekend, when viewers can have their say too. The Sun (2016)This time may not carry over from one year to the next. Christianity Today (2000)Perhaps that will carry over into another record and perhaps a new tour. The Sun (2012)The judges' scores are carried over to next weekend, when the vote lines will open. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tonight's scores will be carried over to next weekend, so they all get to dance again too. The Sun (2015)Bosses said votes would still be carried over to next weekend's final - but anyone wanting a refund can have one. The Sun (2008)If you haven't used this annual exemption during the previous tax year, it can be carried over into the next tax year. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He deemed himself a carry-over from another age -- a classic robber-baron capitalist. CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (1989)
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