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Past tense for to bring something aboard something, such as luggage on a plane or train
“Investigators are studying all liquid explosives to determine whether passengers will be allowed to carry on items such as water and toothpaste.”
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Past tense for to continue or persevere despite challenges or difficulty
“Tell me, how am I supposed to live without you? How am I supposed to carry on? When all that I've been living for is gone.”
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Past tense for to continue an activity or task
“Don't mind me. You just carry on as if I'm not here.”
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Past tense for to manage or organize the operations of
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“If a company, for instance, carrying on a cotton-mill, should be found unable to carry on its affairs satisfactorily, it may be made bankrupt, and the mill sold.”
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Past tense for to behave in a specified way
“If they carry on like this, they will create another class that will not be able to support itself in old age.”
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Past tense for to behave badly, mischievously, or in an overemotional way
“If this is how some people behave in public, Heaven only knows how they carry on in their own homes.”
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Past tense for to complain, especially emotionally and at length
“The indignant teacher had called Sheriff Brimley to report and carry on about the dastardly deed done to her.”
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Past tense for to be engaged in a love affair, typically one of which the speaker disapproves
“So I've got to be fat and ugly while you get thin and carry on with your secretary.”
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Past tense for to remain in existence or active
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Past tense for to endure a difficult or disagreeable situation with good humour
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Kept the ball rolling
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Past tense for endure
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Past tense for to remain in a given situation or state
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Past tense for to keep a particular state constant or consistent
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Past tense for assume the leading role
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Past tense for to carry on (a war or campaign)
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Past tense for to act or behave in an inappropriate, improper, incorrect, or unexpected manner
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Past tense for to draw attention to oneself, especially by behaving hysterically in public
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Past tense for fool around
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Past tense for to extend or make longer
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Past tense for to withstand continued use or life in a specified way
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Past tense for to exert oneself for a particular purpose
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Past tense for to prance, said of mounts
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Past tense for continue to live after the death of
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Past tense for to complain or grumble about something
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Past tense for to begin again or continue after a pause or interruption
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Past tense for to reach a specified point, state, or situation
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Past tense for to move or proceed further along a path or course
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Past tense for enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
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Past tense for to feel deep sadness, distress or anguish
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Past tense for to move or proceed very slowly
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Past tense for to carry out a role or penalty
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Past tense for to say as a further remark
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Past tense for speak or shout at length in an angry, impassioned way
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Past tense for to caress, touch up, pet or make love
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Past tense for to take action or do something
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Past tense for to be stirred up with anger
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Past tense for to do, carry through, conduct, or perform some action
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Past tense for to feel anguish or distress
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Past tense for to talk at length or incessantly
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