Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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carry away to cause an extreme reaction; transport; enrapture.
carry off to do successfully. [2 definitions]
carry on to persist or persevere. [2 definitions]
carry out to bring to completion. [2 definitions]
carry weight to have influence, importance, or authority.
carry-on of luggage, small enough to be stored in the passenger cabin of an airplane. [2 definitions]
carry-out of food prepared in a commercial establishment, ready to eat but to be taken off the premises; take-out. [2 definitions]
carry-over that which is carried over or retained; residue; remainder. [2 definitions]
cash-and-carry sold for cash only and without delivery or other services, as goods, or selling only in this way, as a store.