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Definition of "carrying out" []

  • Present participle of carry out. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "carrying out" in a sentence
  • "NATO fighters have been carrying out airstrikes against Libyan military targets as part of a U.N.-mandated operation to protect civilians."
  • "The merit of finally carrying out this policy and of turning the small and far from cultured state into a strong instrument for political and military aggression belongs to the Great Elector,"
  • "The two women stumbled upon the sight of Roman soldiers, six thousand men carrying out the mission of circling around the enemy and taking unobserved a ridge of the same mountain the women were climbing, Mount Camalatrum."
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