What is the
difference between Carry and Curry?
What is the difference between Carry and Curry? :
Carry : (verb)
( 1 ) Support weight of something / someone and take him / her/ it from place to place
The train carries hundreds of commuters to and from works.
She carried her baby in her arms.
( 2 ) Contain and direct flow of, take, conduct
The veins carry blood to the heart.
( 3 ) Have something with
Ten policemen carried guns.
I never carry much money with me.
( 4 ) Support the weight of something
These pillars carry the weight of the roof.
A road bridge has to carry a lot of traffic.
( 5 ) Possess
His voice carries the ring of authority.
( 6 ) Have something as a result
Power carries great responsibilities.
Crimes of violence carry heavy penalties.
( 7 ) Take something to specified point of direction
The war was carried into enemy territory.
His ability carried him to the top of his profession.
She carries modesty to extremes.
( 8 ) Approve something by majority of votes
The resolution caw carried by 304 votes to 201.
( 9 ) Win the support or sympathy of someone
His moving speech was enough to carry the audience.
( 10 ) Hold or move one’s head or body in a specified way
She carries herself well.
( 11 ) Of newspapers or broadcast
Include something in its content
Today’s newspapers carry full report of the President’s Visit.
Curry : (noun)
( 1 ) Dish of vegetables, etc…cooked with certain hot-tasting spices
Do not eat too much curry.
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