Carry on and Handle

Carry on

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Carry on verb – To look after and make decisions about.
Usage example: carries on a business and still manages to run the household

Handle and carry on are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Handle" instead a verb "Carry on".
Synonyms for Carry on

Handle

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Handle verb – To look after and make decisions about.
Usage example: she takes care of the flower beds, and he handles all the lawn care

Carry on and handle are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Carry on" instead a verb "Handle".
Nearby Words: hand, handled, handling, handler, handhold
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  • Kleptomaniac Hero In Fallout: New Vegas, one possible way to handle blundering into a standoff is to say you're just there to loot a room, in which case a thug will tell you to carry on.
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Handle and Carry on. (2016). Retrieved 2021, September 27, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/carry_on/handle
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