from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of carry.
- n. transportation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or business of transporting from one place to another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bearing; conveying; supporting: as, the carrying capacity of a vessel.
- Requiring or necessitating portage.
- n. The act of bearing or conveying; the business of transportation.
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They are very angry, indeed, at the U.S. government for what they call carrying out a violent action and they say that they are embarrassed and ashamed at what has occurred here.
"Silly" is a term carrying with it a certain promptness and decision; above all, it was a very remarkable word for Lucy to use.
Many people including Tibetans are attracted to "popular Buddhism" which he defined as carrying rosaries and displaying expensive images of Buddha and Bodhisattvas without true understanding of the philosophy.
And then there were margin interest expense fees, which we call carrying costs, also in revenue and the expense line.
But if we move past the earth's sustainable limit - what we call the carrying capacity - I'm not certain they're all that good.
The new Vegemite will bear a label carrying the words "Name Me" with the winner to receive, among other things, a ticket to the AFL grand final.
Rove was brilliant in carrying Ohio for Bush in 2004, was he not?!
My Glock 22 .40 and whichever 12 ga. shotgun comes to hand first are my home defense weapons, but I'm with libertyfirst in carrying an old .38.
Unfortunately, he's made a crucial mistake in carrying away his swag in a bag marked, well, "SWAG."
Of the many events that took place during 2008, our readers narrowed down these as being the most significant in carrying the hooping message to others.