carry over to/until (some day or time)

carry over to/until (some day or time)

To postpone something until a later day or time. A noun or pronoun can be used between "carry" and "over" or between "over" and "to/until." Because the meeting ran so long, we're carrying over the last issue on the agenda to Monday. The problem isn't urgent, so let's just carry it over until tomorrow.
See also: carry, over, until

carry someone or something over to something

to lift and move someone or something to another place. Please carry this over to the window. Could you carry Timmy over to his bed, please? He's asleep.
See also: carry, over