Carrying onto - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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carry (something) onto (something)
To bring something (often luggage) with one onto a vehicle. Because it's only a weekend trip, I'm just carrying one bag onto the plane. I wouldn't carry that much stuff onto the bus during rush hour—you'll be lucky to find enough room just to stand!
carry something onto something and carry something on
to take something onto a vehicle. Do you plan to carry this bag onto the plane? I'd like to carry on two bags. Can I carry them both on?
References in periodicals archive
ROAD A short stretch of tree-lined path brings you to another toucan crossing over Cartland Road, before carrying onto
a right turn over a bridge into Hazelwell Playing Fields.
I was so shocked that I screamed and threw the scalding hot cup of tea I was carrying onto
my own arm.
It is difficult to tell a quartet you have not put a foot wrong but you are not carrying onto
Numbers carrying onto
jobs without government-supported training stayed the same at 4%for those leaving after GCSEs and 11% after sixth form between 2006 and 2007.