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31 Dec 2018

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PHRASAL VERBS WITH "CARRY"

CARRY OFF: Transport away
E.g. I need a truck to carry off all this furniture.

CARRY OFF: Cause death
E.g. Malaria carried off many people.

CARRY ON: Take baggage or luggage onto an airplane, rather than check it
E.g. You may only carry on items that are smaller than a certain size.

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