CARRY ON definition

CARRY ON means to proceed with what was being done before an interruption.
CARRY ON means to proceed with whatever was being done before the interruption occurred. Only the RSO can issue this command.
CARRY ON means proceed with whatever was being done before some interruption occurred.

Examples of CARRY ON in a sentence

  • SUBJECT TO ADVANCE ARRANGEMENTS, EACH PASSENGER MAY CARRY ON BOARD THE AIRCRAFT BAGGAGE OF SUCH BULKY OR FRAGILE NATURE AS TO REQUIRE THE BLOCKING OUT OR USE OF A SEAT OR SEATS, SUBJECT TO A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 75 KGS.

  • As the officer breaks the plane of the door, all cadets will command, "ROOM, ATTENTION." When exiting, if the officer or CTA commands "CARRY ON,” all cadets will echo, "CARRY ON SIR/MA'AM." If the “CARRY ON” command is not issued, cadets will resume normal duties when the officer has left the room.

  • AT NO TIME CAN A CARRY ON INSTRUMENT BE PLACED IN ANY LUGGAGE HOLD OR CONTAINER.

  • IN ADDITION TO THE FOREGOING, NON-BERMUDIAN PERSONS MAY NOT CARRY ON OR ENGAGE IN ANY TRADE OR BUSINESS IN BERMUDA UNLESS SUCH PERSONS ARE AUTHORIZED TO DO SO UNDER APPLICABLE BERMUDA LEGISLATION.

  • OFFENDERS WHO MOVE TO, WORK, CARRY ON A VOCATION, OR ATTEND SCHOOL IN ANOTHER STATE.


More Definitions of CARRY ON

CARRY ON means to carry on, continue, operate, perform, keep, hold, occupy, or use a thing, object or practice;
CARRY ON means carry on, operate, perform, keep, hold, occupy, deal in or use, for gain, whether as principal or agent;
CARRY ON. Means to proceed with whatever was being done before the interruption occurred.
CARRY ON means to proceed with whatever was being done before the interruption occurred.
CARRY ON. , “carried on” means to continue, operate, perform, keep, hold, occupy, deal in or use, for a fee or exchange of benefits, whether as principal or agent;