Carry

Related:net financing cost. The New York Times Financial Glossary

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carry car‧ry [ˈkæri] verb carried PTandPP [transitive]
1. TRANSPORT to move goods or passengers from one place to another:

• Airlines carried 262 million passengers on international flights last year.

2. FINANCE if a person or a company carries a debt, they have that amount of debt:

• The company still carries a lot of debt.

3. to have a particular thing:

• Short-term loans carry higher interest rates.

• The shares carry an annual dividend of $3.64 a share.

• The issue carries triple-A ratings from both Moody's and S&P.

4. COMMERCE if a shop carries goods, it has them available for sale:

• All of their stores carry the same merchandise.

carry something → down phrasal verb [transitive]
ACCOUNTING to take an amount down to the beginning of the next account lower down the same page of the account book
carry something → forward phrasal verb [transitive]
1. ACCOUNTING to take an amount forward to the next account or to a later page in the account book:

• The average assets carried forward from season to season varied from minus $630,000 to plus $770,000.

2. ACCOUNTING TAX if you carry forward a loss or other amount not used in a particular accounting period, you use it in the next accounting period in order to reduce the amount of tax you have to pay:

• Taxpayers were allowed to deduct losses carried forward from previous years from their net income.

carry something → over phrasal verb [transitive]
another name for carry

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carry UK US /ˈkæri/ verb [T]
TRANSPORT to transport or take something from one place to another: »

The railroad carries tons of freight every day.

COMMERCE to offer something for sale: »

Does this store carry camping equipment?

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carry UK US /ˈkæri/ noun
the Carry — Cf. the Carry

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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