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To lift or support the weight of (someone or something)
“He would carry the large sack of potatoes on his back.”
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To move (someone or something) from one place to another
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“There just weren't enough ships to carry everyone to their preferred destinations.”
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To persuade (others) to support one's policy
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“He lost, failing even to carry the voters who elected him twice as mayor.”
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To support the weight of
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“The bridge was built to carry heavy loads.”
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To be pregnant with
“She was said to carry twins at the time of the incident.”
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Stand and move in a specified way
“Equally important is how staff carry themselves, their posture and how they groom themselves.”
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To be known or marked by
“The trains, which all carry the name Thameslink Cityflier, were expected to offer a full service by today.”
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To have as a feature or consequence
“The crime of espionage will carry with it the death penalty.”
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(of a shop) To keep a regular stock of (goods for sale)
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“The grocery stores should carry everything you need for your carrot cake.”
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To be infected with (a disease) and liable to transmit it to others
“Check for ticks often, because they carry several harmful diseases.”
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To approve (a proposed measure) by a majority of votes
“The motion that all negotiations be broken off was carried with nine votes for and three against.”
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(of a sound or voice) To travel a certain distance or reach a specified point
“The General's booming voice would carry to the far reaches of the base.”
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To assume or accept (responsibility or blame)
“The people who carry the biggest responsibility should receive the largest remuneration.”
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To gain (a state or district) in an election
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“This will not help the president carry the state in the general election.”
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(of a newspaper, television or radio station) To publish or broadcast
“Networks that carry investigative programs should be given more leeway to pursue stories at different levels.”
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To receive as a return for effort
“The film would carry off the award for best picture of the year.”
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To pick up or fetch something
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To move or be carried by or as if by wind
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To contain or have within
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To bring forward into existence or to introduce
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To physically grip or grasp something
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To enact or establish legally or legislatively
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Accompany for supervision
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Caddie or assist
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Be clothed in
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To express or describe in exaggerated terms
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To hire (somebody) for work or a job
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Be an indication of
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Prove more powerful or superior
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Draw in a specified direction by creating a vacuum
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To conduct oneself in a particular way
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To insert or bring into something
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Travel regularly between two or more places
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To associate or keep company with
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To fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
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To endure or tolerate
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To suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
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Adjective
Carrying developing offspring within the body
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