Today’s phrasal verb 48: carry out
Meaning: If you carry out a task or a piece of work, you do whatever is needed to complete it.
- carry out sth The government’s task force is carrying out an investigation into the effects of pollution on the fishing industry.
- be carried out The experiment was carried out by a team of scientists from Tokyo University.
Nouns often used as objects with
carry out: experiment, investigation, search, study, inquiry, survey, research, review