Expresiones y frases - Verbo 'To carry'

Idioms - Verb 'To carry'

to carry a torch for estar enamorado de alguien
to carry coals to Newcastle echar agua en el mar
to carry the ball llevar la batuta
to carry the day salir victorioso
to carry weight tener mucho peso
  • Bob has carried a torch for Susan since high school.
  • Those fancy private schools don't need that money. You're carrying coals to Newcastle.
  • As captain of the team, it's your job to carry the ball on the field.
  • With five votes for and two against, my proposal carried the day.
  • What you do carries a lot of weight in the kids' behavior.