carry (someone) (somewhere)

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carry (someone) (somewhere)

To escort or accompany someone to a particular place or location. Might I carry you to the dance, Miss?
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carry someone somewhere

Rur. to take or escort someone somewhere. Friday nights, Joe always carries his wife to town. "May I carry you home?" the young man asked Jane.
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carry

1. in. to carry drugs on one’s person. (Drugs.) If you get busted while you’re carrying, you are in big trouble with the man.
2. n. drugs carried on the person as an emergency supply in case of arrest. (Underworld.) The cops found my carry, and I spent three days in the clink climbing the walls.
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I am not being disrespectful to Turnbull or Motherwell but Celtic can't afford to carry somebody this season and give them time to bed in.
"I'm not in bad shape but I can't go up eleven floors and carry somebody down - they'd have to help me down.
When we carry somebody over 60, they travel free of charge, so it's payment of a fare for the journey they're making, from the Welsh Government," said Mr Heath.
Perhaps the volunteers could pick up a shopping list so that they can go and get some bread and milk or carry somebody to the doctors if they have an appointment."
'I saw them carry somebody out on a stretcher but he didn't seem to be covered like they normally do when someone is dead and the ambulance was there for a hell of a long time.
"Once an employee (from the Lower 48) said he'd be damned if he'd carry somebody's groceries," remembers Lloyd.