carry verb (TRANSPORT)
Robson injured his leg in the second half of the match and had to be carried off. 羅布森在下半場比賽中腿部受傷，只好被抬到場外。
The Brooklyn Bridge carries traffic across the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan. 布魯克林大橋橫跨東河，連接布魯克林與曼哈頓。
Police think that the body was carried down the river (= was transported by the flow of the river). 警方認為屍體是順河漂下來的。
- Will you be able to carry all the shopping back home on your bike?
- Kangaroos carry their young in pouches.
- She was carrying a tray of drinks.
- Water slopped out of the bucket as he carried it up the stairs.
- They carried the wounded from the battlefield.
carry verb (HAVE WITH YOU)
- She still carries his photo in her purse.
- I don't usually carry much cash with me.
- He needed 100 stitches and still carries scars all over his body.
- He carries a British passport.
- So many young people round here carry weapons.
carry verb (HAVE)
- All investments carry with them some risk.
- Burglary carries a maximum sentence of 14 years' imprisonment.
- His words in meetings carry an authority.
- For children, obesity carries a stigma.
- Train travel still carries with it an aura of romance.
carry verb (SPREAD)
carry verb (SUPPORT WEIGHT)
carry verb (KEEP IN OPERATION)
carry verb (WIN)
carry verb (APPROVE)
carry verb (BROADCAST)
carry verb (REACH)
carry verb (DEVELOP)
If we carry this argument to its logical conclusion, we realize that further investment is not a good idea. 如果我們繼續討論並得出合乎邏輯的結論，就會認識到進一步投資是不明智的。
We must end here, but we can carry today's discussion forward at our next meeting. 我們必須到此結束了，但在下一次會議上，我們可繼續今天的討論。