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carry

verb [T] (HAVE WITH YOU) 帶著     /ˈkær.i/ US  /ˈker-/
to have something with you all the time 攜帶,帶有,帶著 Police officers in Britain do not usually carry guns. 英國員警通常不帶槍。 figurative He will carry the memory of the accident with him (= will remember the accident) for ever. 他將永遠銘記那次意外。 Having and owning - general words
(Definition of carry verb (HAVE WITH YOU) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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