Carry verb - To bring before the public in performance or exhibition.
Usage example: all of the television networks will carry the president's speech
Give is a synonym for carry in publish topic. In some cases you can use "Give" instead a verb "Carry", when it comes to topics like move, express, send, transport physical object.
Give verb - To bring before the public in performance or exhibition.
Usage example: the author will give a reading from her latest work at 7:00 p.m.
Carry is a synonym for give in move topic. Sometimes you can use "Carry" instead a verb "Give", if it concerns topics such as express, send, communicate.
Both words in one sentence
- An ordinary woman had to carry and give birth to this, completely ignorant as to what was growing inside of her.
Source: Body Horror / Video Games
- The problem is, your inventory is very limited, and you are not likely to carry around a spare firearm to give away.
Source: Give Me Your Inventory Item
- You wouldn't think he'd be the kind of guy to carry around pocket change, let alone give it to an enemy.
Source: Money Spider
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