Translation: from spanish

to carry sth

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  • carry sth forward — UK US carry sth forward Phrasal Verb with carry({{}}/ˈkæri/ verb [T] (also carry sth over) ► ACCOUNTING to copy an amount of money on the next page or column of an account, or to move it to a later accounting period: carry sth forward to sth »The …   Financial and business terms

  • carry sth back — UK US carry sth back Phrasal Verb with carry({{}}/ˈkæri/ verb [T] ► ACCOUNTING to copy an amount of money on an earlier page or column of an account, or to move it to an earlier accounting period: carry sth back to sth »Companies operating at a… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌcarry (sth) ˈon — phrasal verb to continue doing something She moved to London to carry on her work.[/ex] Just carry on with what you were doing.[/ex] If you carry on spending money like that, you ll end up in debt.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌcarry sth ˈoff — phrasal verb to deal successfully with something difficult Both actors have the confidence needed to carry off these roles.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌcarry sth ˈout — phrasal verb 1) to do a particular piece of work The building work was carried out by a local contractor.[/ex] 2) to do something that you have been told to do or that you have promised to do Maybe she ought to have carried out her threat to go… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • carry on with something — ˌcarry ˈon (with sth) | ˌcarry sthˈon derived to continue doing sth • Carry on with your work while I m away. • After he left I just tried to carry on as normal (= do the things I usually do). • …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry — car|ry1 W1S1 [ˈkæri] v past tense and past participle carried present participle carrying third person singular carries ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(lift and take)¦ 2¦(vehicle/ship/plane)¦ 3¦(pipe/wire etc)¦ 4¦(move something)¦ 5¦(have with you)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • carry — 1 verb carried, carrying 1 LIFT AND TAKE (T) to take something somewhere in your hands or arms, on your back etc: A porter helped me carry my luggage. | Let me carry that for you. | carry sth around/out/to etc: I m not carrying it around all day! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • carry something on — ENGAGE IN, conduct, undertake, be involved in, carry out, perform. → carry * * * engage in an activity he could not carry on a logical conversation * * * ˌcarry ˈon (with sth) | ˌcarry sthˈon derived to continue doing sth • Carry on with your… …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry*/*/*/ — [ˈkæri] verb 1) [T] to hold someone or something using your hands, arms, or body and take them somewhere Do you mind carrying this box for me?[/ex] Sarah carried her cup of coffee back to her desk.[/ex] Luke was carrying the boy on his… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • carry something out — 1 they carried out a Caesarean: CONDUCT, perform, implement, execute. 2 I carried out my promise to her: FULFIL, carry through, honour, redeem, make good; k …   Useful english dictionary


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