carry on (something) Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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carry on (something)

phrasal verb with carry  us   /ˈkær·i/ verb

carry on (something) (CONTINUE)

to ​continue to do or be ​involved with something: Dianne is carrying on the ​familytradition by ​becoming a ​lawyer. You’ve got to carry on as though nothing ​happened.
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