carry in(to) (some place)

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carry in(to) (some place)

To physically move someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "carry" and "in." We had to carry the kids into the house because they both fell asleep on the ride home. Can you carry in the laundry basket?
See also: carry

carry someone or something into some place

 and carry someone or something in
to lift and move someone or something to some place. Will you carry the baby into the bedroom? Let me carry in the packages.
See also: carry, place
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It is a process that can carry one into his or her mid-thirties at least, but as is the case in most fields, there are exceptions to every rule.