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British pronunciation/kˈaɹi ˈɒf/
American pronunciation/kˈæɹi ˈɔf/
to carry off
[phrase form: carry]
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to handle or manage something, often perceived as difficult or challenging, successfully or with confidence

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to successfully win a prize or competition

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(of an illness) to cause the death of a person or many people

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to move something away from a place

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to commit theft or abduction

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to successfully achieve a certain appearance or style

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The CEO's charisma and vision helped him carry off the challenging task of restructuring the company.
She wasn't sure if she could carry off the lead role in the play, but her performance was outstanding.
Despite the technical challenges, the musician carried off the concert with flawless execution.
The magician's ability to carry off his tricks left the audience in awe.
The chef's expertise allowed him to carry off the cooking demonstration despite unexpected ingredient substitutions.
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