Synonyms of carry in English:

carry


See definition of carry

verb

1‘she carried the box of food into the kitchen’

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convey, transfer, move, take, bring, bear, shift, switch, fetch, transport
informal cart, lug, hump, schlep, tote

2‘Britain's biggest coach operator carries 12 million passengers a year’

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transport, convey, transmit, move, handle

3‘satellites were used to carry the signal over the Atlantic’

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transmit, conduct, pass on, relay, communicate, convey, impart, bear, dispatch, beam
disseminate, spread, circulate, diffuse

4‘the dinghy would carry the weight of the baggage easily enough’

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support, sustain, stand, prop up, shore up, bolster, underpin, buttress

5‘managers carry as much responsibility as possible’

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undertake, accept, assume, bear, shoulder, support, sustain
take on, take up, take on oneself
manage, handle, deal with, get to grips with, turn one's hand to

6‘she told him the baby she was carrying was not his’

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be pregnant with, bear, expect
technical be gravid with

7‘she carried herself with a certain assurance’

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conduct, bear, hold
act, behave, perform, acquit
rare comport, deport

8‘a resolution was carried by an overwhelming majority’

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approve, vote for, accept, endorse, ratify, authorize, mandate, support, back, uphold
agree to, consent to, assent to, acquiesce in, concur in, accede to, give one's blessing to, bless, give one's seal of approval to, give one's stamp of approval to, rubber-stamp, say yes to
informal give the go-ahead to, give the green light to, give the OK to, OK, give the thumbs up to, give the nod to, buy
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reject

9‘this argument carried the day’

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win, capture, gain, secure, effect, take, accomplish
ANTONYMS

lose

10‘I spoke for forty minutes and carried the whole audience’

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win over, sway, prevail on, convince, persuade, influence
affect, have an effect on, have an impact on, impact on, motivate, stimulate, drive, touch, reach

11‘today's paper carried an article on housing policy’

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publish, print, communicate, give, release, distribute, spread, disseminate
broadcast, transmit

12‘we carry a wide assortment of hockey sticks’

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sell, stock, keep, keep in stock, offer, have for sale, have, retail, market, supply, trade in, deal in, traffic in, peddle, hawk

13‘most common domestic toxins carry poison warnings’

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display, bear, exhibit, show, present, set forth, be marked with, have

14‘contempt of court carries a maximum penalty of two years' imprisonment’

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entail, involve, lead to, result in, occasion, have as a consequence, have
require, demand

15‘his voice carried across the quay’

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be audible, travel, reach, be transmitted

Phrases

    carry someone off

    ‘his elder brother had been carried off by consumption’


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    informal


    carry something off

    1‘her co-star carried off four awards’


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    informal


    2‘against the odds, he has carried it off’


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    informal


    be/get carried away

    ‘I'm afraid I got a bit carried away’


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    informal


    carry on

    1‘she didn't have the strength to carry on arguing’


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    informal


    ANTONYMS

    stop

    2‘it's just not the English way of carrying on’


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    rare


    3‘his wife had been carrying on with other men’


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    British informal


    informal


    North American informal


    4‘I abused the teachers and was always carrying on’


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    informal


    British informal


    ANTONYMS

    behave

    carry something on

    ‘a bank carrying on a bona fide business’


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    carry something out

    1‘the decision to carry out a caesarean section’


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    rare


    2‘I carried out my promise to her’


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    ANTONYMS

    break