carry down

carry down

To move something from a higher level to a lower one. A noun or pronoun can be used between "carry" and "down." It took many trips, but we finally carried all of those boxes down—they're now safely back in the basement. The next time you go down the basement, please carry down the laundry.
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carry something down

to take something from a higher to a lower place. Would you go up to the attic and carry the trunk down? Why should I carry down the trunk?
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References in classic literature ?
But I am only queen--the vehicle that has helped carry down, unsullied, the royal blood from the days when Grabritin was a mighty country."
It took 65 porters and 75 yaks to carry down the rubbish from the mountain over two Spring expeditions.
I asked who was in charge and pointed out that now the bottles and wrappers were empty, they would be much lighter to carry down.
Appa, 48, and his fellow climbers also plan to carry down some of the rubbish that has accumulated on the snowy slopes and also educate other climbers about the negative impact that human waste has on the mountain.
Except that computers are slightly heavier to carry down the high street than a bag of last night's beer bottles.
But the reservations people have with national newspapers didn't carry down to the local level.
Chamber President Chris Williams told the Nashua Telegraph that the signal will carry down Main Street--from Library Hill to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center--and run east to west from the street for about two or three blocks.
Firefighters from Tox-teth climbed up to the main entrance roof at 2.36am to carry down Mr Brodie's body on a stretcher with help from ambulance staff.
The crew cut the fiberglass whirlpool and travertine tile into pieces that would fit into bags that they could then carry down via the elevator.
A long-span, arched structure would have been heavy, bulky and difficult to carry down into the pit.
"She was a pretty hefty piece and would have been a bit of a weight for us to carry down the mountain.
7 What was the name of the black Labrador that members of a rescue team took turns to carry down a mountain after he became tired and injured on a walk with his owner?
"As the man's companions, cold and wet, were escorted down from the mountain by team volunteers, other were preparing the casualty for a stretcher carry down to a suitable landing site.
Summary: In Tyre, dozens of farm workers from Egypt find jobs in Lebanon's date harvest, which requires them to climb meters high and carry down heavy bundles of the fruit, a skill that remains almost exclusive to the group.
"They have to carry the client's gear so they are unable to carry down rubbish," Benegas said.