carry out

[kær·i aʊt]


to complete something as it has been planned before

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Indonesia to carry out large-scale trials of blood plasma therapy for COVID-19 patients. Jakarta Post

A family in Maidenhead are spreading a bit of cheer by carrying out live singing sessions on Facebook. Windsor Express

The council said the work was carried out during lockdown in a bid to make journeys "smoother" for when it is lifted.

Bosses at UK firms wanting to reopen under the Government's new guidance must carry out an inspection to show they are safe. in-cumbria

Coimbatore: The city corporation is seeking the second instalment of fund to carry out projects under the Smart City mission. Times of India

How to carry out rapid clinical research in combatting COVID-19. Cordis News

“I mean obviously we've lost 100% of our business, we did not do carry out options.” WLNS