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Origin of carry-over
Words nearby carry-over
Example sentences from the Web for carry-over
This is fixed at noon on carry-over day, in accordance with the market price then current (see Account; Stock Exchange).
He might have headed a revolutionary government elsewhere in China but not a carry-over administration in Peking.Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
In short, application involves the question, "What is the carry-over value of the lesson?"Principles of Teaching|Adam S. Bennion
British Dictionary definitions for carry-over
verb (tr, adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with carry-over
See carry forward, def. 1.
To keep something, usually merchandise, for a subsequent period. For example, We'll carry over this summer's bathing suits for next winter's resort season.
Persist from one time or situation to another, as in His leadership in sports carried over to the classroom. [Late 1800s]