Carries onto - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
carry (something) onto (something) (redirected from carries onto)
carry (something) onto (something)
To bring something (often luggage) with one onto a vehicle. Because it's only a weekend trip, I'm just carrying one bag onto the plane. I wouldn't carry that much stuff onto the bus during rush hour—you'll be lucky to find enough room just to stand!
carry something onto something and carry something on
to take something onto a vehicle. Do you plan to carry this bag onto the plane? I'd like to carry on two bags. Can I carry them both on?
References in periodicals archive
Nine times out of 10 that carries onto
the playing field.
The drive continues past the house to a double garage with an additional bay for workshop/storage, then carries onto
a second gated access from the same country road.
The main mineralized structural zone, which was the source of historical production, trends in a northwesterly direction and carries onto
Lincoln Mining's ground.
It starts in the dressing room and carries onto
I think that carries onto
the floor and the way we play.
Paul is similar in some ways but, along with Sean Long,he also carries onto
the field the responsibility of orchestrating play and pushing us around the field to where we want to go.