Carry or carrying may refer to:

  • Carry (arithmetic), when a digit is larger than a limit and the extra is moved to the left
    • Carry flag, the equivalent in calculation in a computer
  • Carrying (basketball), a rule breach in basketball
  • Carry (American football), a statistical term equivalent to a single rushing play
  • Carry (investment), a financial term: the carry of an asset is the gain or cost of holding the asset
  • Carried interest (or carry), the share of profits in an investment fund paid to the fund manager

Carry may also be:

  • Carry Back, (1958–1983) a Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse
  • Carry Back Stakes, an annual American Thoroughbred horse race
  • Carry-in (potluck) or carry-out (take-out) dinner
  • Carry-le-Rouet, a commune in southern France
  • Carry look-ahead adder, a type of adder used in digital logic
  • Carry over cooking, when food retains heat and continues to cook after being removed from a heat source
  • Carry-save adder, a type of digital adder
  • Fireman's carry, a rescue technique
  • Suzuki Carry, a car
  • Carry, a track by Tori Amos on the 2011 album Night of Hunters

Famous quotes containing the word carry:

    We always carry out by committee anything in which any one of us alone would be too reasonable to persist.
    Frank Moore Colby (1865–1925)

    You can make lots of mistakes, but if you give children avenues for creativity and joy, they will have resources to carry them through. For example, if cooking together, reading, listening to music, coloring, participating in sports, or taking a walk in the woods are paired with pleasure and closeness, throughout life doing these things will kindle old feelings of happiness an/or comfort.
    Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century)

    We must not leap to the fatalistic conclusion that we are stuck with the conceptual scheme that we grew up in. We can change it, bit by bit, plank by plank, though meanwhile there is nothing to carry us along but the evolving conceptual scheme itself. The philosopher’s task was well compared by Neurath to that of a mariner who must rebuild his ship on the open sea.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)