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Idioms for carry

Origin of carry

1275–1325; Middle English carien < Anglo-French carier < Late Latin carricāre, apparently variant of *carrūcāre, derivative of Latin carrūca traveling carriage < Celtic; see car1

synonym study for carry

1. Carry, convey, transport, transmit imply taking or sending something from one place to another. Carry means to take by means of the hands, a vehicle, etc.: to carry a book; The boat carried a heavy load. Convey means to take by means of a nonhuman carrier: The wheat was conveyed to market by train. However, news, information, etc., can be conveyed by a human carrier: The secretary conveyed the message. Transport means to carry or convey goods, now usually by vehicle or vessel: to transport milk to customers. Transmit implies sending or transferring messages or hereditary tendencies: to transmit a telegram.

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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH carry

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British Dictionary definitions for carry away (1 of 2)

carry away

verb (tr, adverb)

to remove forcefully
(usually passive) to cause (a person) to lose self-control
(usually passive) to delight or enrapturehe was carried away by the music

British Dictionary definitions for carry away (2 of 2)

carry
/ (ˈkærɪ) /

verb -ries, -rying or -ried (mainly tr)

noun plural -ries

Word Origin for carry

C14 carien, from Old Northern French carier to move by vehicle, from car, from Latin carrum transport wagon; see car
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Idioms and Phrases with carry away (1 of 2)

carry away

Move or excite greatly. This expression is usually used in the passive, be carried away, as in The eulogy was so touching we were carried away, or Take it easy; don't get carried away and overdo. [Late 1500s]

Idioms and Phrases with carry away (2 of 2)

carry

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