carry

ˈkærɪ

Перевод:

Verb: нести проводить носить переносить
Noun: перенос перевозка переноска волок

Фразы:

to carry a broadcast - передавать программу

to bear / carry / shoulder a burden - нести груз

to carry on / conduct / wage a campaign - проводить кампанию

to carry a cane - нести трость

to carry / haul cargo - перевозить грузы

to carry two - держать два в уме

to carry penalty - влечь за собой наказание

to carry the victory - добиться победы, одержать победу

to carry smb. with oneself - повести кого-л. за собой

to carry smb. off his feet - впечатлять, ошеломлять

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Примеры:

Let me carry that bag for you. - Разрешите мне понести вашу сумку.

I will carry the secret to my grave. - Я унесу эту тайну в могилу.

The ship could carry 70 passengers. - Судно могло перевезти семьдесят пассажиров.

The book carries many tables. - Книга содержит много таблиц.

I carry her image in my mind's eye. - Я ношу её образ в своих воспоминаниях.

Can you carry the tea things out into the garden? - Ты не мог бы вынести чайные принадлежности в сад?

This crime carries the death penalty. - Это преступление влечёт за собой смертную казнь.

I always carry money. - Я всегда имею при себе деньги.

I am carrying his child. - Я ношу его ребёнка. / Я от него беременна.

Carry on! - Продолжайте!

Why does she always carry that little dog about? - Почему она всегда таскает с собой эту собачонку?

Can you help me carry this table? - Вы мне не поможете перенести этот стол?

Don't carry on so! - возьми себя в руки!; не злись так!

Carry all those books yourself! - Сам неси все эти книги!

Both carried grave faces. - У обоих были серьёзные лица.

He was carrying a briefcase. - Он нёс портфель.

You have to carry a mobile so that they can call you in at any time. - Вы должны всегда иметь при себе сотовый телефон, чтобы до вас в любое время можно было дозвониться.

The drain carries sewage. - Эта канализационная труба выводит сточные воды.

The bill was carried. - Законопроект был принят.

The treaty carries the force of law. - Данный договор имеет силу закона.

I had to carry him piggyback. - Мне пришлось тащить его на спине.

Roll up the rug and carry it away. - Закатай ковер и вынеси его.

I carry these thoughts in the back of my head. - У меня эти мысли где-то в подсознании.

All tobacco products must carry a health warning. - На всех видах табачной продукции должно быть нанесено медицинское предупреждение.

He cannot carry a tune. - Он не может петь без фальши. (ему не хватаем музыкальных способностей)

Repairs take time to carry out. - Для проведения ремонта требуется время.

The shop carries only name brands. - Магазин торгует только фирменными товарами.

The ball carried high into the air. - Мяч взлетел высоко в воздух.

This boat can only carry a small sail. - На эту лодку можно поставить только маленький парус.

He carried his audience with him. - Он увлёк слушателей.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you carry something off, you do it successfully.

If you carry on doing something, you continue to do it.

If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it.

If something carries over or is carried over from one situation to another, it continues to exist or apply in the new situation.

If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties.

If you carry something off, you do it successfully.

If you carry on doing something, you continue to do it.

If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it.

If something carries over or is carried over from one situation to another, it continues to exist or apply in the new situation.

If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties.

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Связанные термины:

carry-cot: → carrier (sense 5 )

carry-in: of or relating to a type of after-sales service in which the customer must take the product to the service provider for repair

carry off: If you carry something off, you do it successfully.

carry on: If you carry on doing something, you continue to do it.

carry out: If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it.

carry away: to remove forcefully

carry back: to apply (a legally permitted credit, esp an operating loss ) to the taxable income of previous years in order to ease the overall tax burden

carry over: If something carries over or is carried over from one situation to another, it continues to exist or apply in the new situation.

carry trade: a speculative transaction in which a trader buys the currency of a country with a high rate of interest and sells the currency of a country with a low rate of interest

carry disease: A disease is an illness which affects people, animals, or plants, for example one which is caused by bacteria or infection .

carry forward: to transfer (a balance ) to the next page, column, etc

carry through: If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties .

carry weight: to be respected and able to influence people

carry a flag: A flag is a piece of cloth which can be attached to a pole and which is used as a sign, signal, or symbol of something, especially of a particular country.

carry a tune: to be able to sing in tune

carry-on bag: a small bag that is taken inside an aircraft by hand personally by a passenger

carry conviction: to be convincing

carry the ball: to assume responsibility ; take command

carry the can: to take the blame for something even though you are not the only person responsible for it

carry the day: if a person or their opinion carries the day in a contest or debate, they win it

cash-and-carry: A cash-and-carry is a large shop where you can buy goods in larger quantities and at lower prices than in ordinary shops. Cash-and-carries are mainly used by people in business to buy goods for their shops or companies.

carry a message: The message that someone is trying to communicate, for example in a book or play, is the idea or point that they are trying to communicate.

carry one's bat: (of an opening batsman ) to reach the end of an innings without being dismissed

carry-on luggage: luggage that is taken inside an aircraft by hand personally by a passenger

carry responsibility: If you have responsibility for something or someone, or if they are your responsibility, it is your job or duty to deal with them and to take decisions relating to them.

carry the torch: If you say that someone is carrying the torch of a particular belief or movement, you mean that they are working hard to ensure that it is not forgotten and continues to grow stronger.

fetch and carry: If you fetch and carry, you perform simple, often boring tasks for someone, such as collecting and carrying things for them.

to carry the can: If you have to carry the can, you have to take all the blame for something.

to carry the day: If someone carries the day, they are the winner in a contest such as a battle, debate, or sporting competition .

to carry weight: If a person or their opinion carries weight, they are respected and are able to influence people.

carryout: designating or of prepared food sold as by a restaurant to be eaten away from the premises

carry a big stick: to have a lot of power, and therefore be able to get what you want

carry a torch for: If you say that someone is carrying a torch for someone else, you mean that they secretly admire them or love them.

to carry conviction: If something carries conviction, it is likely to be true or likely to be believed .

carry all before one: to win unanimous support or approval for oneself

carry all before you: to achieve great success in a task or competition

carry off one's feet: to fill with enthusiasm

to carry all before you: If a person or team carries all before them, they succeed very easily .

carry a torch for someone: to be in love with someone who does not love you, or who is already involved with another person

carry the torch for something: to support something, such as a political party or a particular belief, very strongly and try to persuade other people to support it too

to carry sth to extremes: to overdo something

go/take/carry (sthg) to extremes: If a person goes to extremes or takes something to extremes, they do or say something in a way that people consider to be unacceptable, unreasonable, or foolish .

go/take/carry (sth) to extremes: If a person goes to extremes or takes something to extremes, they do or say something in a way that people consider to be unacceptable, unreasonable, or foolish .

(put/bring/carry) sth into effect: If you put, bring, or carry a plan or idea into effect, you cause it to happen in practice .

bear the palm: to be the winner ; take the prize

carried: to take or bear (something) from one place to another

contango: (formerly, on the London Stock Exchange ) postponement of payment for and delivery of stock from one account day to the next

carry the weight of the world on your shoulders: to have very many troubles or responsibilities

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Однокоренные слова:

carry about - носиться, носить
carry along - морально поддерживать, ободрять, захватывать, увлекать
carry away - уносить, увлекать, увозить, увезти, охватывать
carry back - напоминать кому-л. прошлое
carry forward - продвигать, продвигаться
carry off - уносить, выдерживать, захватывать, уводить, утаскивать, похищать, выигрывать
carry on - вести, продолжать, заниматься, флиртовать, вести себя запальчиво
carry out - проводить, выполнять, вынести, уносить, доводить до конца, завершать, выносить
carry over - перевозить, переносить в другую графу, книгу
carry through - проводить, осуществлять, доводить до конца, поддерживать, помогать, проделывать
carry up - строить, сооружать, возводить,

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