carrying-on


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car·ry·ing-on

(kăr′ē-ĭng-ŏn′)
n. pl. car·ry·ings-on (-ĭngz-)
1. Improper, irresponsible, or silly behavior.
2. An instance of such behavior.
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carrying-on

n, pl carryings-on
1. unconventional or questionable behaviour
2. excited or flirtatious behaviour, esp when regarded as foolish
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car′rying-on′



n., pl. carryings-on.
1. irresponsible or overwrought behavior.
2. improper or immoral behavior.
[1855–60]
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Translations

carrying-on

[ˈkærɪɪŋˈɒn] N
1. [of work, business etc] → continuación f
2. carryings-on (= romantic intrigues) → plan m, relaciones fpl amorosas (ilícitas)
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