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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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"They will have to get used to lifting their children in and out of car seats and taking the carry-cot all over the place, so this helps them get into shape.
He recalled last week that he attended his first St Leger in 1958, though admitted the evidence is no more than hearsay, since he was in his carry-cot at the time.
A GRIEF--STRICKEN Midland mum was being comforted by relatives last night after she accidentally reversed a car over her baby's carry-cot, killing the tot inside.
If they do buy that lovely little twin-seater they've always yearned for, where on earth can they fit in that carry-cot, child seat or baby-buggy?
I was just about born at the time of the Silver Jubilee, so I spent the day in a carry-cot at a street party in Bilton, and I don't remember a great deal.