Carry

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Definition

to carry: to transport, to take from one place to another; to hold in one's hands
verb

to carry on (doing something): to continue (doing something)
idiom
Please, carry on with the meeting. I'll be with you in a moment.

Pronunciation examples
UK: Beethoven carried on writing music even though he was deaf.
US: Can I carry your bag for you?
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Examples

  • "I will carry you!"
  • "Bruno : Susie, I can carry you all the way to Phnom Penh!"
  • "Mick : The problem is that Warbuckle stores in Australia refuse to carry Delavigne products."
  • "Host : I am the tubes which carry blood around the body and to the heart."
  • "From the seed of the mind, a tree of enlightenment will grow, and from this tree will spread the branches that carry the ripened fruit of perfect buddhahood."
  • "Sailor : Horatio, it's great to have you aboard, but why do you always carry that bloody arm holding a gun with you?"
  • "Early reaction to the announcement has been mixed: Some have praised Delavigne Corp for its audacity, saying that the products, as well as the increased price tag they will likely carry, are well worth the price for the peace of mind they will provide."
  • "Philip : Ah, but what you carry is the regular edition of 'Bordello Breeze', this is the gold label edition, exclusively packaged within a unique collector's item boxed set."
  • "According to my research, your stores carry several lines from Occidanté and Kalvin Krime, even though both of these suppliers are known to have the highest prices and the least inventory turnover."
  • "Just carry along this road for about a block, and then you take a left at the traffic lights."

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