carry over

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{f} transport; act of carrying over; (Finance) carry forward, transfer an entry to a proceeding location; hold goods for the following season; transfer from one time period to another
transfer or persist from one stage or sphere of activity to another transfer from one time period to the next transport from one place or state to another; "Adam would have been carried over into the life eternal"
transfer or persist from one stage or sphere of activity to another
hold over goods to be sold for the next season
transfer from one time period to the next
transport from one place or state to another; "Adam would have been carried over into the life eternal"
If something carries over or is carried over from one situation to another, it continues to exist or apply in the new situation. Priestley's rational outlook in science carried over to religion Springs and wells were decorated, a custom which was carried over into Christian times in Europe
carry over the doorstep
lift over the doorstep, carry through a doorway (especially of a bride being carried by the groom into their home for the first time)
carryover
Something whose duration has been extended or that has been transferred to another time
carryover
An amount, especially a sum of money, transferred to a new column in a ledger, or applied to a later time
carry-over
IDEA-B funds which the recipient has not obligated by the end of the project period for which the funds were awarded These funds remain available for continued use for the expenditures during the next project period
carry-over
The portion of the streamflow during any month or year derived from precipitation in previous months or years
carry-over
the accumulated and undivided profits of a corporation after provision has been made for dividends and reserves
carry-over
the ability to use skills which were learned in speech/language class in other settings
carry-over
application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation
carry-over
Funds that are not obligated by the recipient of an entitlement grant at the end of the project period for which the funds were awarded When permitted, the grant recipient agency may apply to the NJDOE to utilize these funds in the next project period
carry-over
The portion of the strearnflow during any month or year derived from precipitation in previous months or years
carryover
The five years following the tax year in which a gift to a nonprofit is made and during which the donor must claim any balance of the value of the donation which he or she could not claim as a charitable contribution tax deduction because of the applicable percentage limitation Example: D has an AGI of $50,000 in each of the years in question In 1989, D contributes to your nonprofit some stock which is appreciated property and which has a value of $100,000 D has no carryover gifts from earlier years and gives nothing more to nonprofits for several years Under the 30% limitation, D can deduct the gift at the rate of $15,000 per year for the year of the gift and each of the next five years, for a total deduction of $90,000 See also: Percentage Limitation Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
carryover
Grain and oilseed stocks not consumed during the marketing year and "carried over" into the next marketing year
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Existing supplies of a farm commodity at the beginning of a new harvest for a commodity (end of a designated marketing year) It is the remaining stock carried over into the next marketing year
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Grain and oilseed commodities not consumed during the marketing year and remaining in storage at year's end These surpluses are "carried over" into the next marketing year and added to the quantities produced during that crop year
carryover
Grain and oilseed commodities not consumed during the marketing year and remaining in storage at year's end These stocks are "carried over" into the next marketing year and added to the stocks produced during that crop year
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Funds appropriated but unspent in the first fiscal year which are brought forward for expenditure in the succeeding fiscal year(s)
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the supplies of a commodity not yet sold or disposed of at the end of a marketing year
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That provision in medical plans that allows individuals who have not satisfied their deductible in a given calendar year to apply expenses incurred in the last quarter of that calendar year to the next year's deductible
carryover
Refers to the process of shifting to a future taxable year those losses and other deductions that exceed limits for the current tax year
carryover
{i} after-effect; postponed or delayed business; carried from one page to the next (Accounting)
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Existing supplies of farm commodity not used at the end of a marketing year, and remaining to be carried over into the next year Marketing years generally start at the beginning of a new harvest for a commodity, and extend to the same time in the following year
carryover
Grain and oilseed commodities not consumed during the marketing year and remaining in storage at year's end These stocks are "carried over'' into the next marketing year and added to the stocks produced during that crop year
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The process in which, at the end of one fiscal year, appropriation authority for previously-approved encumbrances and unexpended grant and capital funds are carried forward to the next fiscal year
carryover
the score from early sessions that applies to an overall tournament score
carry over

    Silbentrennung

    car·ry over

    Türkische aussprache

    käri ōvır

    Aussprache

    /ˈkarē ˈōvər/ /ˈkæriː ˈoʊvɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kar-E, 'ker- ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English carien, from Old North French carier to transport in a vehicle, from car vehicle, from Latin carrus; more at CAR.

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