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Portuguese translation of “carry”

carry

verb
 
/ˈkær·i/ (present participle carrying, past tense and past participle carried)
A1 to hold something or someone with your hands or on your back and take them or it somewhere
levar, carregar
He was carrying my bags.
B1 to have something with you all the time
carregar
She still carries his photo in her wallet.
to move someone or something from one place to another
levar, transportar
The plane was carrying 30 passengers.
to have a disease that you might give to someone else
transmitir, ser portador de
Mosquitoes carry malaria and other infectious diseases.
to support the weight of something
aguentar, suportar
Is the ice thick enough to carry my weight?
US If a store carries something, people can buy it there.
vender, manter em estoque
We don’t carry that brand of jeans.
(Definition of carry from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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