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31 Dec 2018

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PHRASAL VERBS WITH "CARRY"

CARRY ON: Have an illicit sexual relationship
E.g. I thought he was my friend, but all the time he was carrying on with my wife!

CARRY OUT: Hold while moving it out
E.g. We'll have to carry the piano out of the shop.

CARRY OUT: Fulfill
E.g. She finally carried out her lifelong ambition when she appeared in a Hollywood blockbuster.

CARRY OVER: Transfer (something) to a later point in time
E.g. The rent was carried over to December.

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