To lift (something) and take it to another place; to transport (something) by lifting. (verb) (कुछ) उठाना और दूसरी जगह ले जाना; परिवहन (कुछ) उठाकर।
A manner of transporting or lifting something; the grip or position in which something is carried. (noun) किसी चीज को ले जाने या उठाने का ढंग; वह पकड़ या स्थिति जिसमें कुछ ले जाया जाता है।
Examples of word carry
In the sentence, _I carry a BOOK_, the object, _book_, is required to complete the meaning of the transitive verb _carry_; so, also in the sentences, _I hold the
We bought an immense quantity of chickens and they all turned out to be roosters [laughter]; but I resolved -- I presume as William Nye says about the farm -- to carry it on; I would _carry_ on that farm as long as my wife's money lasted.
Mr. Kolding will in the short term carry through Danske Bank's strategic goals of raising interest margins, cutting costs and focusing on its customers, and will later work out a long-term strategy together with the management team, he said Monday.
Yes, and when you carry jewelry in carry on luggage watch it like a hawk when the TSA guys in the US go through it.
In the case of a public university, if carry is lawful, even if against policy, carry may (should) not be an unlawful act sufficient to allow the university to trespass a member of the public.
Even if you have a valid CCW and concealed carry is allowed in national parks very few people will be able to concealed carry anyway.
I have read that it is best to take jewelry in carry-on luggage as well.
Even in Wisconsin, the home of the Progressive/Marxist bullshit movement in the US, open carry is allowed.
However, this is not advisable in carry-on luggage, because it MAY NOT pass through security.