carry

6 ENTRIES FOUND:

carry

verb

Definition of CARRY

1
to support and take from one place to another <each camper must be able to carry his or her own backpack>
2
to wear or have on one's person <I always carry a camera with me so as to never miss a great shot>
Synonyms bear, pack
3
to bring before the public in performance or exhibition <all of the television networks will carry the president's speech>
Synonyms carry, give, mount, offer, stage
4
to have as part of a whole <the idea of equality carries with it a number of other concepts>
Antonyms exclude, leave (out), miss out [British], omit
5
to hold up or serve as a foundation for <erected a trellis to carry the vine>
Related Words steady, truss, underlie
6
to receive as return for effort <carried off the award for best picture of the year>
Antonyms forfeit, lose
7
to manage the actions of (oneself) in a particular way <during that difficult time the grieving parents carried themselves with unfailing grace and dignity>

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