Carryout (verb)

To take something away from a place, usually with the intent of bringing it back later.


From the phrase "carry out", meaning to take something away from a place.


  1. I'll have to carryout these groceries to my car.
  2. He carriedout the trash, but forgot to take it to the curb.
  3. She carriedout her duties with care and precision.
  4. We will carryout the plan as discussed.
  5. The company is carryingout a new strategy to increase the sales.
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