: manner of bearing the body : posture
- that slender unrigid erectness and the fine carriage of head
- —Willa Cather
: the price or expense of carrying
: a wheeled vehicle;
: a horse-drawn vehicle designed for private use and comfort
: a railway passenger coach
: a wheeled support carrying a burden
: a hanger for a sword
: a movable part of a machine for supporting some other movable object or part
: the condition of harboring a pathogen within the body
- Clinical manifestations of enterovirus infections are protean, ranging from asymptomatic carriage to life-threatening illness.
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
- Hospitals commonly screen patients in the ICU for nasal carriage of MRSA and use contact precautions with carriers.
- —Susan S. Huang et al.