carry+out

  • 1 carry out — (something) to do a job or complete an activity. Astronauts planned a spacewalk to carry out major repairs on the space station. The agency doesn t have the funds or the know how to carry out its duties …

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  • 2 carry out — index administer (conduct), apply (put in practice), commit (perpetrate), complete, comply, con …

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  • 3 carry out — [v] complete activity accomplish, achieve, carry through, consummate, discharge, effect, effectuate, execute, finalize, fulfill, implement, meet, perform, realize; concept 706 Ant. leave, not finish, stop …

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  • 4 carry out — ► carry out perform (a task). Main Entry: ↑carry …

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  • 5 carry-out — Surface mail for the first delivery stops of a foot carrier s route. The carrier takes it out of the office in a satchel, and the rest of the mail is deposited by a motorized carrier into relay boxes along the route …

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  • 6 Carry out —   [engl.], ausführen …

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  • 7 carry-out — n especially AmE food that you can take away from a restaurant to eat somewhere else, or a restaurant that sells food like this British Equivalent: takeaway …

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  • 8 carry out — verb 1. put in effect (Freq. 21) carry out a task execute the decision of the people He actioned the operation • Syn: ↑carry through, ↑accomplish, ↑execute, ↑action, ↑ …

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  • 9 carry out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms carry out : present tense I/you/we/they carry out he/she/it carries out present participle carrying out past tense carried out past participle carried out a) to do a particular piece of work, research etc The… …

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  • 10 carry out — PHRASAL VERB If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it. [V P n (not pron)] The Social Democrats could still carry out their threat to leave the government... [V P n (not pron)] Police say they believe the… …

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  • 11 carry out — phr verb Carry out is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑staff, ↑volunteer Carry out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑abortion, ↑act, ↑action, ↑alteration, ↑ambush, ↑analysis, ↑appraisal, ↑assassination, ↑ …

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  • 12 carry out — {v.} To put into action; follow; execute. * /The generals were determined to carry out their plans to defeat the enemy./ * /John listened carefully and carried out the teacher s instructions./ …

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  • 13 carry out — {v.} To put into action; follow; execute. * /The generals were determined to carry out their plans to defeat the enemy./ * /John listened carefully and carried out the teacher s instructions./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 14 carry out — transitive verb Date: 1589 1. to bring to a successful issue ; complete, accomplish < carried out the assignment > 2. to put into execution < carry out a plan > 3. to continue to an end or stopping point …

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  • 15 carry\ out — v To put into action; follow; execute. The generals were determined to carry out their plans to defeat the enemy. John listened carefully and carried out the teacher s instructions …

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  • 16 carry-out — /kar ee owt /, n., adj. takeout (defs. 2, 3). Also, carryout. [1965 70, Amer.; adj. use of v. phrase carry out] * * * …

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  • 17 carry-out — noun Carry out is used before these nouns: ↑food …

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  • 18 carry out — do, complete, execute    Now that we have the loan we can carry out our plan …

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  • 19 carry-out — /kar ee owt /, n., adj. takeout (defs. 2, 3). Also, carryout. [1965 70, Amer.; adj. use of v. phrase carry out] …

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  • 20 carry out — Synonyms and related words: abide by, adhere to, administer, administrate, apply, be responsible for, bring about, bring off, bring to effect, bring to pass, carry into effect, carry into execution, carry off, carry on, carry through, come… …

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