Carry

[ kar-e ]
/ ˈkær ɛ /
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noun

a male given name, form of Carew.
a female given name, form of Caroline.

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Examples from the Web for carrys

  • It seems strange to me that them that preach up the doctrine don't admire one who carrys it out.

    An English Grammar|W. M. Baskervill and J. W. Sewell


British Dictionary definitions for carrys

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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Word Origin and History for carrys
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Idioms and Phrases with carrys

carry

In addition to the idioms beginning with carry

  • carry a torch for
  • carry a tune
  • carry away
  • carry coals to Newcastle
  • carry forward
  • carrying charge
  • carry off
  • carry on
  • carry out
  • carry over
  • carry the ball
  • carry the can
  • carry the day
  • carry the torch
  • carry through
  • carry too far
  • carry weight

also see:

  • fetch and carry
  • (carry) off someone's feet
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