carry on

[ˈkær.i ɒn]


  • to continue doing something;
  • to behave in an emotional way.

Examples 👇

Model of consistency: New Mount Union football coach looking to carry on winning tradition.

Many street drives to carry on in the city, despite pandemic. Plattsburgh Press Republican

Serie A clubs vote to carry on with 2019-20 season despite coronavirus.

Keep calm and carry on celebrating VE day at home. Weston Mercury

Sidney market cancelled for 2020, but others carry on. Times Colonist

The council will carry on striving to meet unnecessarily high planning targets just because they choose to do so. Inside Croydon (blog)

Facelifted 2022 VW Tiguan to carry on model's success; Volkswagen hints at new, smaller SUV due out next year.

Cumberland County Honor Guard seeks younger volunteers to carry on tradition. Carlisle Sentinel