carry+through

  • 1 carry through — (something) to complete something successfully. We ll need a qualified and experienced planner to carry through the study. Usage notes: often used in the form carry through with something or carry through on something: I think they lack the will… …

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  • 2 carry through — ► carry through bring to completion. Main Entry: ↑carry …

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  • 3 carry through — index attain, commit (perpetrate), complete, consummate, discharge (perform), dispatch (dispo …

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  • 4 carry through — verb 1. put in effect (Freq. 4) carry out a task execute the decision of the people He actioned the operation • Syn: ↑accomplish, ↑execute, ↑carry out, ↑action, ↑ …

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  • 5 carry through — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms carry through : present tense I/you/we/they carry through he/she/it carries through present participle carrying through past tense carried through past participle carried through 1) carry something through to… …

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  • 6 carry through — {v.} 1a. To put into action. * /Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg./ 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. * /Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any… …

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  • 7 carry through — {v.} 1a. To put into action. * /Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg./ 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. * /Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any… …

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  • 8 carry\ through — v 1a. To put into action. Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg. 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any of them.… …

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  • 9 carry through — PHRASAL VERB If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties. [V P n (not pron)] We don t have the confidence that the UN will carry through a sustained program... [V n P] The state announced a clear cut… …

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  • 10 carry through — verb Date: 1605 transitive verb carry out intransitive verb persist, survive < feelings that carry through to the present > …

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  • 11 carry through — carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation. People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm. She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through …

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  • 12 carry through — Synonyms and related words: abide, abide by, adhere to, administer, be patient, be responsible for, bear with composure, bring about, bring off, bring to effect, bring to pass, carry into effect, carry into execution, carry off, carry on, carry… …

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  • 13 carry through — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To bring about and carry to a successful conclusion: bring off, carry out, effect, effectuate, execute, put through. Informal: swing. See DO …

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  • 14 carry through — persist in an activity, follow through with an activity until it is finished …

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  • 15 carry through — put a plan into action The company carried through with their plan to layoff 300 workers …

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  • 16 carry through — Accomplish, consummate, finish, complete, work out, bring to a close, bring about, bring to pass …

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  • 17 carry through something — carry through (something) to complete something successfully. We ll need a qualified and experienced planner to carry through the study. Usage notes: often used in the form carry through with something or carry through on something: I think they… …

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  • 18 carry through (on something) — ˌcarry ˈthrough (on/with sth) derived (NAmE) to do what you have said you will do • He has proved he can carry through on his promises. Main entry: ↑carryderived …

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  • 19 carry through (with something) — ˌcarry ˈthrough (on/with sth) derived (NAmE) to do what you have said you will do • He has proved he can carry through on his promises. Main entry: ↑carryderived …

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  • 20 carry through something — carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation. People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm. She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through …

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