carry something through


carry something through
bring a project to completion

policy blueprints are rarely carried through perfectly

bring something safely out of difficulties

he was the only person who could carry the country through

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ˌcarry sth ˈthrough derived
to complete sth successfully

It's a difficult job but she's the person to carry it through.

Main entry:carryderived

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • carry something through — bring something to completion. → carrots …   English new terms dictionary

  • carry someone through — carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation. People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm. She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through …   New idioms dictionary

  • carry someone through something — carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation. People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm. She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through …   New idioms dictionary

  • carry somebody through something — ˌcarry sb ˈthrough | ˌcarry sb ˈthrough sth derived to help sb to survive a difficult period • His determination carried him through the ordeal. Main entry: ↑carryderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry something away Nautical — lose a mast or other part of a ship through breakage. → carrots …   English new terms dictionary

  • carry something out — 1 they carried out a Caesarean: CONDUCT, perform, implement, execute. 2 I carried out my promise to her: FULFIL, carry through, honour, redeem, make good; k …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry something away — Nautical lose (a mast or other part of a ship) through breakage …   Useful english dictionary

  • follow something through — COMPLETE, bring to completion, see something through; continue with, carry on with, keep on with, keep going with, stay with; informal stick something out. → follow * * * continue an action or task to its conclusion * * * ˌfollow ˈthrough (with… …   Useful english dictionary

  • see something through — PERSEVERE WITH, persist with, continue (with), carry on with, keep at, follow through, stay with; informal stick at, stick it out, hang in there. → see * * * persist with an undertaking until it is completed * * * ˌsee sth ˈthrough derived (not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry — car|ry1 [ keri ] verb *** ▸ 1 take someone/something somewhere ▸ 2 have goods for sale ▸ 3 spread disease ▸ 4 always have a feeling ▸ 5 publish/broadcast something ▸ 6 have a guarantee ▸ 7 win election ▸ 8 do someone else s work ▸ 9 lead to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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