carry\ about


carry\ about
1. III
carry about smth. /smth. about/ carry' one's papers (one's pocket-book, one's pass, etc.) about иметь /носить/ при себе документы и т. д.; I don't carry much money about я не ношу с собой много денег
2. XXI1
carry about smth. /smth. about/ with smb. carry documents (a briefcase, a stick, an umbrella, etc.) about with one иметь при себе /носить с собой/ документы и т. д.',be sure to carry your passport about with you не ходите без паспорта, всегда берите с собой паспорт

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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