carries


carries
car·ry || 'kærɪ n. range of a gun or projectile; portage; act of carrying v. bear; transport; hold and transport a person or an object; convey information; continue; have something with you (e.g.: "I always carry my brush in my purse"); be pregnant (e.g.: "Linda is carrying John's baby"); be infected with a transmissible disease; be capable of singing and stay in tune (e.g.: "My daughter cannot carry a tune")

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  • Carriès —   [kar jɛs], Jean, französischer Bildhauer und Keramiker, * Lyon 15. 2. 1855, ✝ Paris 1. 7. 1894; schuf realistische Bildnisbüsten in vollendeter Bronzetechnik, später Porträtmasken, die er in glasierter Keramik ausführte. Carriès stellte als… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Carriès — Louise Catherine Breslau: Porträt von Jean Joseph Carriès in seinem Atelier, Öl auf Leinwand (1885) Jean Joseph Marie Carriès (* 15. Februar 1855 in Lyon; † 1. Juli 1894 in Paris) war ein berühmter französischer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Carries — Carry Car ry, n.; pl. {Carries}. A tract of land, over which boats or goods are carried between two bodies of navigable water; a carrying place; a portage. [U.S.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Carries —    A London Metal Exchange term for simultaneously matching purchases of one delivery with the sale of another. In other markets, these are termed straddles or switches.    ► See also LME, Straddle, Switch …   Financial and business terms

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  • carries on his shoulders — bore on his shoulders, carried, bore the weight on his shoulders …   English contemporary dictionary

  • carries out faithfully — executes loyally, completes dependably …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Jean-Joseph Carriès — Portrait de Carriès dans son atelier par Louise Catherine Breslau, 1885 1886 Huile sur toile 165 x 139 cm Paris, Petit Palais …   Wikipédia en Français