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carry-over in Finance topic

carry-overˈcarry-ˌover noun [singular]  1 REMAIN/BE LEFTsomething you do, or something that happens now, that is the result of a situation that existed in the pastcarry-over from Some of the problems schools are facing are a carry-over from the previous government’s policies.2 BFMONEYan amount of money that has not been used and is available to use latercarry-over from The budget includes a £7 million carry-over from last year. carry over at carry1
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carry-overHence, carry-over or cross-contamination can occur in continuous flow analyzers if suitable precautions are not taken.What, then, to pick up our last theme, is the carry-over of this conception into the culture of society?