Synonyms and Antonyms of carry
to support and take from one place to another
- Each camper must be able to carry his or her own backpack.
to wear or have on one's person
- I always carry a camera with me so as to never miss a great shot.
to bring before the public in performance or exhibition
- All of the television networks will carry the president's speech.
display, exhibit, expose, parade, show, show off, unveil
act, impersonate, perform, play, portray
depict, dramatize, enact, render, represent
extend, proffer, tender
to have as part of a whole
- The idea of equality carries with it a number of other concepts.
comprise, consist (of)
have, hold, own, possess
compose, constitute, form, make
assimilate, embody, incorporate, integrate
ban, bar, debar, preclude, prevent, prohibit
deny, refuse, reject
eliminate, except, rule out
lose, mislay, misplace
to hold up or serve as a foundation for
- erected a trellis to carry the vine
bear, bolster, brace, buttress, prop (up), shore (up), stay, support, sustain, undergird, underpin, uphold
to receive as return for effort
- carried off the award for best picture of the year
acquire, attain, bag, bring in, capture, come by, draw, earn, gain, garner, get, knock down, land, make, obtain, procure, pull down, realize, reap, secure, win
clear, gross, net
accomplish, achieve, notch (up), score
accumulate, amass, draw, rack up
catch, pick up
annex, occupy, take over
reacquire, reattain, recapture, regain, remake
to manage the actions of (oneself) in a particular way
- During that difficult time the grieving parents carried themselves with unfailing grace and dignity.
check, collect, compose, constrain, contain, control, curb, handle, inhibit, quiet, repress, restrain
moderate, modulate, temper
act, impersonate, play