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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To hold over (as goods) for another season.

Usage examples (36)
  • "I just felt sluggish, but maybe that was a carryover from the tough game last night."
  • I think it was still a lot of carryover from the game but I think they're excited about the future and excited about the team.
  • It's a practice called carryover which was first exposed by
  • Ending stocks, also referred to as carryover, are what is left from production after usage and exports are stripped out. for more
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