carry through


carry through
carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation.

People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm.

She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through.


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  • carry through — {v.} 1a. To put into action. * /Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg./ 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. * /Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • carry through — {v.} 1a. To put into action. * /Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg./ 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. * /Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • carry\ through — v 1a. To put into action. Mr. Green was not able to carry through his plans for a hike because he broke his leg. 1b. To do something you have planned; put a plan into action. Jean makes good plans but she cannot carry through with any of them.… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • carry through — PHRASAL VERB If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties. [V P n (not pron)] We don t have the confidence that the UN will carry through a sustained program... [V n P] The state announced a clear cut… …   English dictionary

  • carry through — verb Date: 1605 transitive verb carry out intransitive verb persist, survive < feelings that carry through to the present > …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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