carry over from
carry (someone or something) over from (somewhere)
To move or transport someone or something, usually across a great distance. When we moved to San Diego, we paid a company to carry our cars over from Boston.
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carry someone or something over from something
to transport someone or something from somewhere, usually a great distance or another country. The ship carried the travel club over from Spain. They carried overall my furniture from Paris.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- carry (someone or something) over from (somewhere)
- put some distance between
- put some distance between (someone or something)
- put some distance between someone and someone/something
- keep (one's) distance from (someone or something)
- keep distance
- keep one's distance
- keep your distance
- keep (one's) distance
- pace (something) out