carry (someone or something) along with (someone or something)

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carry (someone or something) along with (someone or something)

1. To intrigue or enthrall one. I know you think plays are boring, but I've heard that the lead actress in this one is fantastic and just carries the audience along with her.
2. To keep something in one's possession. I always carry a pen and paper along with me in case I get an idea for a song when I'm away from home.
3. To physically move someone or something. The lifeguard rescued Dan after he was carried along with the current.
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The scramjet engines help reduce launch costs by cutting down on the amount of oxidiser which needs to be carried along with the fuel.
The technology will be useful only during the atmospheric phase of the flight of launch vehicle and will benefit in bringing down the cost of access to space, by reducing the amount of the oxidizer to be carried along with the fuel.
Removal of the in-place pipe is accomplished by back reaming, using a directional drilling machine with a cutter head that reduces the existing pipe to small pieces, which are carried along with other excess particles by the drilling fluid to an extraction point.
As the float gets carried along with the flow the suspended bait, usually a maggot, sways enticingly in the current, making it a deadly method.
From the outset, the reader is carried along with Winter as he tries to piece the mystery together.
I survived on chocolates and biscuits that I had carried along with me from Dubai.
The droplets of water in clouds are so tiny that they are carried along with the wind, sort of like leaves," says Gene Takle, a meteorologist at Iowa State University.
The National Park Service does not allow animals to graze, so feed was carried along with gear.
However, right now they are flying and we're getting carried along with that.
That's the clear message carried along with Leinster Council's six-month ban on Westmeath boss Brendan Lowry for what they termed a "repeat offence.
Every solar disturbance gets carried along with the sun's 28-day rotation.
Certificates of authenticity that are carried along with drivers' licenses?
His idea was to let himself be frozen in by the sea ice and carried along with it in its slow swirl about the Arctic Ocean, perhaps reaching the North Pole itself.
RDS-TMC information is broadcast via a silent FM data channel that is carried along with the stations audio programming.
Removal of the in-place pipe is accomplished by back reaming using a directional drilling machine with a cutter head that reduces the existing pipe to small pieces, which are carried along with other excess particles by the drilling fluid to an extraction point.