fetch and carry

Definition of fetch and carry

  1. :  to do the kind of jobs that servants do for someone I won't fetch and carry for you all day.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to go or come after and bring or take back

    :  derive, deduce

    :  to cause to come

  1. :  trick, stratagem

    :  an act or instance of fetching

    :  the distance along open water or land over which the wind blows

  1. :  doppelgänger

  1. :  to move while supporting :  transport

    :  to convey by direct communication

    :  conduct, escort

  1. :  carrying power

    :  the range of a gun or projectile or of a struck or thrown ball

    :  portage

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