Idiom: carry someone through
Idiom: carry someone through (something)
- to give support to someone (something) so they can achieve a desired result.
- I need some temporary employees to help carry me through the extra work at tax time.
- Listening to calming music helped carry me through studying for my final exams.
- My girlfriends really helped carry me through my divorce.
- I need some coffee too help carry me through this afternoon's meeting.
- My wife just mailed a huge care package of snacks to help carry our son through final exams.
- The members of our church really helped carry us through with home cooked meals and emotional support when my husband was being treated for cancer.
- Here's $1,000 to help carry you through the next month until you start your job.
- The fans cheering from the side of the road really helped carry me through the last six miles of the race when I wanted to give up.
- The audience would love to know what helped carry you through after your surgery and during the year you went through rehab?
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