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Detailed Translations for carry from English to Spanish

carry:

to carry verb (carries, carried, carrying)

  1. to carry (transport)
  2. to carry (transport)
  3. to carry (bring; bring along)
  4. to carry (support; shore; carry along)
  5. to carry (drag; carry along)
    cargar
  6. to carry (bear; carry along)

Conjugations for carry:

present
  1. carry
  2. carry
  3. carries
  4. carry
  5. carry
  6. carry
simple past
  1. carried
  2. carried
  3. carried
  4. carried
  5. carried
  6. carried
present perfect
  1. have carried
  2. have carried
  3. has carried
  4. have carried
  5. have carried
  6. have carried
past continuous
  1. was carrying
  2. were carrying
  3. was carrying
  4. were carrying
  5. were carrying
  6. were carrying
future
  1. shall carry
  2. will carry
  3. will carry
  4. shall carry
  5. will carry
  6. will carry
continuous present
  1. am carrying
  2. are carrying
  3. is carrying
  4. are carrying
  5. are carrying
  6. are carrying
subjunctive
  1. be carried
  2. be carried
  3. be carried
  4. be carried
  5. be carried
  6. be carried
diverse
  1. carry!
  2. let's carry!
  3. carried
  4. carrying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for carry:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cargar charging; chartering; freighting; freightment; load; loading
conducir drive
llevar carrying away
traer bringing along; bringing with one; carrying
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acompañar bring; bring along; carry accompany; add; add to; add to mixture; append; besiege; besieged; besieges; blend with; bring; chaperon; come along with; come with; conduct; cover; cruise in; deliver; deliver to the door; direct; drive in; encapsulate; enclose; escort; evnvelope; guide; hand over; join; lead; lead about; leave; point the direction; ride with; show around; surround; walk along; wrap up
alcanzar bear; bring; bring along; carry; carry along affect; bring in; catch up; catch up with; come up alongside with; concern; end up; gain; get; get through; give; give to; hand; hand over; hit; move; obtain; pass; reach; run in; strike; take in; touch; win
apasionar bring; bring along; carry
apoyar carry; carry along; shore; support aggravate; boost; encourage; encourage someone; incite; inspire; motivate; motivate someone; prop; prop up; push on; shore; stimulate; support; underpin
cargar carry; carry along; drag aggravate; bill; burden; charge; charge with electricity; fill; freight; heap up; invoice; lade; load; recharge; ship; upload
conducir carry; transport be at the wheel; be in command of; command; direct; drive; drive horses; guide; lead; operate; order; point the direction; preside; ride; steer; take the lead
llevar bear; carry; carry along be in command of; bring; bring around; bring back; command; deliver; deliver to the door; deprive; furnish; hand over; have on; leave; order; preside; provide; put up for shipment; return; send; ship; supply; take the lead; wear
sostener carry; carry along; shore; support aid; assist; attend; back; back up; be attentive; be helpful; boost; do good; encourage; extend the hand; help; hold up; keep up; make oneself useful; motivate; prop up; push on; second; stimulate
sufrir bear; carry; carry along bear; catch; contract; endure; get; receive; stand; suffer; sustain
traer bring; bring along; carry bring; bring around; bring back; collect; come round for; deliver; deliver to the door; drag; energise; energize; feed; fetch; furnish; hand over; haul; leave; pick up; provide; put up for shipment; return; send; ship; supply; take; take along; take away; ventilate
transportar bring; bring along; carry; transport carry off; energise; energize; feed; lead off; mobilise; mobilize; remove; supply; ventilate
trasladar bring; bring along; carry; transport carry off; clear away; clear up; convert; dislocate; dismantle; lead off; move; rack; reduce; relocate; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; strip down; take apart a machine; trace back; transfer; transform; translate; unharness; unrig
- acquit; bear; behave; channel; comport; conduct; contain; convey; deport; dribble; expect; express; extend; gestate; have a bun in the oven; hold; impart; pack; persuade; post; run; stock; stockpile; sway; take; transmit; transport
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- convey; force through; get carried; transport

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Related Definitions for "carry":

  1. the act of carrying something1
  2. be pregnant with1
    • I am carrying his child1
  3. continue or extend1
    • The civil war carried into the neighboring province1
  4. include, as on a list1
    • How many people are carried on the payroll?1
  5. sing or play against other voices or parts1
    • He cannot carry a tune1
  6. serve as a means for expressing something1
    • The painting of Mary carries motherly love1
    • His voice carried a lot of anger1
  7. pass on a communication1
    • The news was carried to every village in the province1
  8. be successful in1
    • She lost the game but carried the match1
  9. win in an election1
    • The senator carried his home state1
  10. secure the passage or adoption (of bills and motions)1
    • The motion carried easily1
  11. cover a certain distance or advance beyond1
    • The drive carried to the green1
  12. have a certain range1
    • This rifle carries for 3,000 feet1
  13. be able to feed1
    • This land will carry ten cows to the acre1
  14. drink alcohol without showing ill effects1
    • he had drunk more than he could carry1
  15. bear or be able to bear the weight, pressure,or responsibility of1
    • His efforts carried the entire project1
    • How many credits is this student carrying?1
    • We carry a very large mortgage1
  16. propel or give impetus to1
  17. propel,1
  18. move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body1
    • You must carry your camping gear1
    • carry the suitcases to the car1
    • This train is carrying nuclear waste1
    • These pipes carry waste water into the river1
  19. support or hold in a certain manner1
    • He carried himself upright1
  20. bear (a crop)1
    • this land does not carry olives1
  21. include as the content; broadcast or publicize1
    • This paper carries a restaurant review1
    • All major networks carried the press conference1
  22. pursue a line of scent or be a bearer1
    • the dog was taught to fetch and carry1
  23. transfer (a number, cipher, or remainder) to the next column or unit's place before or after, in addition or multiplication1
    • put down 5 and carry 21
  24. transmit or serve as the medium for transmission1
    • Sound carries well over water1
    • The airwaves carry the sound1
  25. transfer (entries) from one account book to another1
  26. have on hand1
    • Do you carry kerosene heaters?1
  27. capture after a fight1
    • The troops carried the town after a brief fight1
  28. have on the surface or on the skin1
    • carry scars1
  29. behave in a certain manner1
    • She carried herself well1
  30. take further or advance1
    • carry a cause1
  31. compensate for a weaker partner or member by one's own performance1
    • I resent having to carry her all the time1
  32. extend to a certain degree1
    • carry too far1
    • She carries her ideas to the extreme1
  33. win approval or support for1
  34. be equipped with (a mast or sail)1
    • This boat can only carry a small sail1
  35. be necessarily associated with or result in or involve1
    • This crime carries a penalty of five years in prison1
  36. have or possess something abstract1
    • I carry her image in my mind's eye1
    • I will carry the secret to my grave1
    • I carry these thoughts in the back of my head1
    • I carry a lot of life insurance1
  37. keep up with financial support1
    • The Federal Government carried the province for many years1
  38. contain or hold; have within1
    • The jar carries wine1
  39. have with oneself; have on one's person1
    • I always carry money1
  40. be conveyed over a certain distance1
    • Her voice carries very well in this big opera house1
  41. have as an inherent or characteristic feature or have as a consequence1
    • This new washer carries a two year guarantee1
    • The loan carries a high interest rate1
    • this undertaking carries many dangers1
    • She carries her mother's genes1
    • These bonds carry warrants1
    • The restaurant carries an unusual name1

Wiktionary Translations for carry:

carry
verb
  1. to transport by lifting

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
carry cargar sjouwen — lopen met een zware lading
carry llevar (puesto) dragen — (overgankelijk) al van de vloer houdend vervoeren
carry arrastrar; remolcar schleppen — einen Gegenstand schwer tragen, ein Gefährt schleifend fortbewegen
carry llevar; transportar tragen — etwas mit den Armen oder auf dem Rücken von einem Ort zu einem anderen Ort transportieren
carry entrenar entraînertraîner avec soi, après soi.
carry llevar portersoutenir quelque chose ou quelqu’un.

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