carry out

carry out

  • The president announced a concrete plan to carry out welfare reform.


Certainly! Here are five sentences using the phrase “carry out”:

  • The team was determined to carry out the project before the deadline, despite facing numerous challenges along the way.
  • The restaurant staff worked diligently to carry out all the orders during the lunch rush hour.
  • To ensure accuracy in the experiment, the scientists meticulously carried out each step of the procedure.
  • The soldiers were given explicit instructions to carry out the mission with utmost precision and secrecy.
  • The new manager implemented a series of reforms to carry out the company’s vision for innovation and growth.