Antonyms for carries over

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He is provided with a bushy tail which he carries over his back, squirrel fashion.

That's connected to the arc light circuit--it carries over a thousand volts.

The second stanza (which carries over to the third) of that Ode is what is technically called a 'stinker.'

It will be its transform by the point-transformation which carries over from our world to theirs.

Water distilled from it acquires its peculiar smell, but carries over no volatile oil.

As for Frenssen, he is a parson by trade, and carries over into the novel a good deal of the windy moralizing of the pulpit.

Some critics say that the carries over the first bunkers from the tees are too long; but I do not agree with them.

This physical peculiarity she carries over into her mental processes.

A transition is a passage which carries over the meaning from what precedes to what follows.