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carries out

verb as in complete activity

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“Zionism carries out a massacre in the city of Lydda,” Shavit writes.

The organization carries out programs in prisons and schools across the capital.

It is, in other words, a rogue industry: if it carries out its business plan, the planet tanks.

The Queen, who still carries out in excess of 400 engagements a year, is 87, while the Duke of Edinburgh will be 92 in June.

The Queen,  still carries out in excess of 400 engagements a year, but many palace insiders hope that will be reduced in 2014.

It is popular with its members, and very successfully carries out the objects of the foundation.

At present the men of the house cut the leaves, and each weaver (all the weavers are women) carries out the rest of the process.

In many other instances religious legend carries out this idea.

Here again the Red Cross carries out its principle, the conservation of the human life.

One more aspect of the class of duties before us now, we have to state, and one that comprises and carries out every other.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to carry out, such as: accomplish, achieve, execute, finalize, implement, and perform.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.