Best Of The Beautiful: Carry On Up The Charts (Beautiful South album)
blood oxygen-carrying capacity
carry forward losses
Carry On films
carrying on a business
cash and carry
cost of carry
Jean(-Joseph-Marie) Carriès Cariès
Libya, Whose Son Carries the World
reverse cash and carry
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V. -ies, -ied
1 support and move (someone or something) from one place to another: medics were carrying a wounded man on a stretcher.
2 transport: the train service carries 20,000 passengers daily.
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