Synonym: carry forward, hold over. Similar words: carry out, carry on, carry off, cry over spilt milk, card-carrying, lay over, carry, carrying. Meaning: v. 1. transfer or persist from one stage or sphere of activity to another 2. transport from one place or state to another 3. hold over goods to be sold for the next season 4. transfer from one time period to the next carry-over. n. 1. application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation 2. the accumulated and undivided profits of a corporation after provision has been made for dividends and reserves.
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1. His money will carry over to his children.
2. Attitudes learned at home carry over into the playground.
3. You should carry over what you learn in school into your everyday life.
4. You can carry over 4 days' leave to next year.
5. The group agreed to carry over their discussion on the topic to the next meeting.
6. Carry over the assumptions of philosophical positivism and the basic notions of revelation will become nonsense.
7. Plots carry over from week to week, but each episode is self-contained.
8. This reasoning does not carry over directly to economies with product differentiation and economies of scale.
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9. They will carry over 1000 sections of a new four-lane highway across the river Lagan.
10. With the long carry over the beach to the fairway, it looked positively dangerous.
11. Let's carry over this discussion after dinner!
12. Scalar formulas do carry over for these matrices.
13. The money will carry over to his son.
14. The ship could carry over I, 000 tons of coal to fuel her transatlantic voyages.
15. The rights to the property carry over to Mrs Cody.
16. Besides manufacturing and selling various plastic products, Xinpeng carry over the management of raw material.
17. Every soldier must carry over 30 kilos on their back.
18. If so, does this bullying carry over into their childhood?
19. I try not to let my problems at work carry over into my private life.
20. It is effective when read aloud, where the voice can be used to carry over the syntax and sense.
21. Altogether the new ￡28 million rail link is expected to carry over 1.5 million passengers a year.
22. The company was slow to restructure, and its problems could carry over into another substantial profit decline in 1996.
23. That could benefit producers by allowing some inroads into carry over of frozen stocks from last year.
24. Here in London and the South-east, we already have metro and commuter railways which carry over 1,300 million passengers a year.
25. If the idea passes this initial feasibility test, it will carry over to the business planning stage.
26. Furthermore, you should not allow frustration from one problem to carry over the next problem.
27. Once we equalised, we knew the fans were going to carry over the line.
28. The supposed inviolability of quantum cryptography rests on a set of assumptions that do not necessarily carry over into the real world.
29. I try not to let my problems at home carry over into my work.
30. To coordinate the movements of groups who are out of sight, elephants and whales use very low frequency sounds that circumvent obstacles and carry over long distances.
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