Активизируем английский

Активизируем английский

Carry out

  1. To carry out a promise, a plan, an order, a task, instruc­tions, work, repairs, one’s duties, a threat, etc.
  2. To carry out an investigation, a check, a test, research, an experiment, an assessment, a search, etc.
  3. We must carry out this task at any cost.
  4. The police are going to carry out an investigation into the murder. They’ll be investigating it day and night until they find the murderer.
  5. We’ll carry out a lot of checks and tests before appro­ving and accepting the new model.
  6. More research has to be carried out to determine the causes of it.
  7. This laboratory carries out a lot of scientific experiments for our company.
  8. Right now we’re carrying out an assessment of the si­tuation.
  9. If you don’t want to be fired, you must carry out all my instructions and orders.


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