carry over[ kar-ee-oh-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF carry over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRY OVER
The old grudge that they bear us at home, they carry over the seas with them.
Well, since you are going that way anyhow, you can carry over a bowl of broth.
And I fear me there is no help for this trouble in the gun you carry over your shoulder, Stair.
"I will carry over the wreaths, and lay them in the tombs," cried the prince.
He found others, which he tied into a bundle to carry over his shoulders.
And as few of them self-sow, it is necessary to plant and carry over every season.
The power they had used might carry over a greater distance.
"And I'd like somebody to help me carry over my Lamb," said Mirabell.
Make the finishing loop as usual, which you carry over the threads, and pull through the two loops you have upon the needle.
To carry over the course a bag or two of clubs for the elect of Newbern was bound to be improving.