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carry outphrasal verb

  • ja〔計画などを〕実行[遂行]する
  • ento do or complete something, especially something that you have said you will do or have been asked to do

Examples

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Your career is ruined, Ray-Ray.
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Who are you? Why are you doing this?
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I'm Madeline Wuntch's nephew.
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She sent me here to carry out the final phase of her master plan.
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It's happening. Put on your head.
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Oh, with pleasure.
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I love disappearing into a role.
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I'm Argyle James Hopford, a bachelor bunny who's carrying out a scandalous affair with a local goose.
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Shut up and put on your damn head!
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You see, in a 2009 GDC talk, designer Clint Hocking explained that, originally,
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he wanted 'Far Cry 2' to be all about intentionality, which is achieved by having the game split between two phases.
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There’s a planning stage, where you survey the scene, look for items of interest,
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watch guard patrol patterns, and plan your escape route.
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And then an execution stage, where you actually carry out that plan.
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I get stressed out very easily, so I completely feel your pain.
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And I usually just try to visualize what I have to do
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And see myself doing it so then it's more tangible.
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And I can actually figure out how I'm going to carry out my tasks.