carry something out


carry something out
1)

they carried out an operation

Syn:
conduct, perform, execute, implement
2)

I carried out my promise

Syn:
keep, honour, fulfil, observe, abide by, comply with, adhere to, stick to

Synonyms and antonyms dictionary. 2014.

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  • ˌcarry sth ˈout — phrasal verb 1) to do a particular piece of work The building work was carried out by a local contractor.[/ex] 2) to do something that you have been told to do or that you have promised to do Maybe she ought to have carried out her threat to go… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • carry something on — ENGAGE IN, conduct, undertake, be involved in, carry out, perform. → carry * * * engage in an activity he could not carry on a logical conversation * * * ˌcarry ˈon (with sth) | ˌcarry sthˈon derived to continue doing sth • Carry on with your… …   Useful english dictionary

  • carry something into effect — put/bring/carry/something into effect phrase to start to use a plan or idea so that it becomes real and has practical results I hope the government will put the report’s main recommendations into effect. Thesaurus: to carry out a plansynonym Mai …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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 * * * ˌcarry sth ˈthrough derived to complete sth… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pack something out — carry something away rather than leaving it behind (used esp. with respect to refuse at remote campsites) pack out any garbage you have left * * * ˌpack sthˈout derived (of shows, performers, etc.) to attract enough people to completely fill a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • spin something out — PROLONG, protract, draw out, drag out, string out, extend, carry on, continue; fill out, pad out; archaic wire draw. → spin * * * make something last as long as possible they seem keen to spin out the debate through their speeches and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tough something out — tv. to carry on with something despite difficulties or setbacks. □ Sorry, you’ll just have to tough it out. □ I think I can tough it out for another month …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • drag something out — PROLONG, protract, draw out, spin out, string out, extend, lengthen, carry on, keep going, continue. → drag * * * extract information from someone against their will the truth was being dragged out of us * * * ˌdrag sthˈout derived to make sth… …   Useful english dictionary