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To have carried out an action to the end
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To have captured by force
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To have accepted or received, typically something awarded
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To have deprived of life
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“It appeared not improbable that the plague would carry off the total population of the unfortunate kingdom.”
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To have enacted or established
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Past tense for to take or transport away
“Seaplanes land, lumber is hauled in, oil is pumped onto ships, and trailer-trucks and trains carry off loaded containers headed inland.”
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Past tense for to accomplish or execute something successfully or convincingly
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“Every time that the Provisional Government was able to carry off some small superficial success, the joy caused was almost childish.”
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Past tense for to take for one's own benefit, typically without permission
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Past tense for to take away by force
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(contribute to) Past tense for to cause or help bring about
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Past tense for to be sufficient, especially minimally so, for a specified purpose
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Past tense for to achieve the desired aim or result
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