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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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It should be: carry on getting carried away because there's enough times when your team makes you turn to a carry-out.
Nobody is getting carried away, we''re just enjoying the feeling of playing well and getting good results.
It certainly keeps our feet on the ground and we are not getting carried away with anything.
People like Ian Ashbee won't be getting carried away, you can be sure of that.
People like IanAshbee won't be getting carried away, you can be sure of that.
It's a great win for us and getting an early goal gave us a lot of confidence but I am not getting carried away.
McMenemy will be delighted with a win against a team 60 places higher in the FIFA world rankings, but will not be getting carried away.
Morrow is excited about the months to come, but isn't getting carried away.
GLENAVON player boss Gary Hamilton isn't getting carried away by his team's table-topping start to the Danske Bank Premiership.
But Anderson knows that a win this weekend would still be far too early to start getting carried away.
No one is getting carried away but they now have to ask themselves how high they think they can take this club.
NOTTINGHAM Forest manager Billy Davies is not getting carried away despite his side picking up three much-needed npower Championship points with a 2-0 win at Cardiff.