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Definition of the verb carve out
What does carve out mean as a doing phrase?
- establish or create through painstaking effort
- remove from a larger whole
Alternative definition of the verb carve out
- To hollow by carving.
- [idiomatic] To create (a reputation, chance, role, rank, career, victory) by hard work.
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by William L. Barney
The shortage of personnel in the traditionally maledominated medical profession was so great that women were able to carve out ...
by David Herman, Manfred Jahn, Marie-Laure Ryan
Story prefaces do more than simply carve out a place for a story within an unfolding course of talk. Consider the following example from the same occasion. Here Wes and Virginia discuss Beth's excessive drinking. pt! You know the other ...
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Step 3 - Carve out minor detail
This takes time, since you don't want to take off too much.
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Anagrams of CARVE OUT
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- A COUVERT
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