Definition of "carry out" [carry out]

  • To hold while moving something out. (verb)
  • (idiomatic) To fulfill. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "carry out" in a sentence
  • "But sources at the Department for International Development, who pointed out that it provided £1m in start-up funding, said that Britain wanted to carry out a rigorous assessment of Bachelet's plans after doubts about the work of the former UN gender organisation, UNIFEM, which received £3m from Britain."
  • "Instead, he said the council praises the military's "ability to carry out such a large-scale exposure-monitoring study in the midst of a military operation.""
  • "Proteins carry out the various cellular processes that make our bodily systems function."