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22 / 02 / 2006

CARRY OUT: meaning and examples

Good morning, Today's expression is: to carry something out It means: to do something that you have organised, planned or promised. It also means: to do something that you have been told to do, like following instructions or an order. Example 1 Karl: Mr. Simpson, I haven't been able to carry out your orders to send the information via e-mail to our customers. I'm afraid the Internet connection is not working at the moment. Mr. Simpson: What? Well, have you talked to the computer department? If they can't fix the problem right away, send the information by regular post. Example 2 As a salesperson, I have to carry out visits to my clients. I try to see each one at least once a month. Example 3 We have three weeks to carry out the project. Let's sit down now and plan how we are going to do it. It's due on March 16th. If you have any questions about today's Daily Vitamin, please post them in the Daily Vitamin Plus! forum section on our website. If you have any questions about how to use the Daily Vitamin Plus! section or would like to receive a Daily Vitamin Plus! manual, please don't hesitate to contact us. Have a pleasant day!