carry (sth) over phrasal verb, verb Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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carry (sth) over

phrasal verb with carry uk   /ˈkær.i/  us   /ˈker-/ verb
If something from one situation carries over or is carried over into another situation, it is allowed to affect the other situation: I try not to let my problems at work carry over into my private life.
Translations of “carry (sth) over”
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)依然存在, (使)仍然影響…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)依然存在, (使)仍然影响…
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