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carry

(Succeed), verb accomplish, achieve, attain, be victorious, bring to pass, cause to happen, complete, effect, effectuate, gain, prevail, score, succeed, win
Associated concepts: carry a vote

carry

(Transport), verb bear, bring, cart, convey, haul, move, take, tote, transport
Associated concepts: carry a concealed weapon, carry a weapon, carry back, carry on a business, carry on trade, carrying charges, carrying on a trade or business, carrying on any trade or business, carrying on business, larceny, take and carry away
See also: approve, bear, convey, deliver, demean, handle, move, pass, support, trade, transfer, transmit, transport, uphold, wield
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Today marks the launch of the Carry Yak, a perfectly balanced, hands-free kayak carrier, made in Nova Scotia, Canada.
And the late Sid James was named as the favourite Carry On star, with almost a third of the vote.
The flared nostrils and high pitched voice of Kenneth Williams are vintage Carry On.
Choosing whether to carry back or forward: The choice of carrying back or forward is best decided with a multiyear tax projection.
Officers who work plainclothes assignments, as well as those who carry handguns off duty, are concerned primarily with firearm concealment, accessibility, and security.
Network affiliates carry ag futures, farm news and livestock news throughout the day.
The Northrop Grumman-Boeing team will vie with a team led by Lockheed Martin for the right to design and build the crew exploration vehicle, a spacecraft intended to carry astronauts to the International Space Station by 2012 and back to the moon by 2018.
Bottlenose dolphins that carry sea sponges on their beaks probably learned the trick from their moms rather than inheriting a sponge-shuttling gene, researchers say.
NUNEATON'S annual carnival this summer promises to be a right carry on.
There are very few good reasons for youngsters to carry knives.
His main argument that guns reduce crime is based on the impact on various violent crime rates of "concealed carry laws," which allow legal gun owners to carry concealed weapons.
The perfect addition to these single-leg takedowns is the fireman's carry series.