Accomplish, bring to a conclusion
They carried out the mission successfully.
Put in practice or effect,
We will carry out the new policy.
Please carry out my instructions.
Assume control, management, or possession of
There is no secret bid to take over our company.
She hopes to bring about a change in his attitude.
Knock into shape by beating
they managed to beat out all the dents in their fender.
Beat out of
Cheat someone of something
He was always trying to beat the driver out of the full train fare.
Put up with, make allowance for
the boy will just have to bear with them until they decide.
It may also be used as an imperative.
Bear with me—I’m getting to the point
To fall back on sth / fall back upon
Rely on, have recourse to
I fall back on my brothers in time of need.
When he lost his job he had to fall back upon his father’s savings
To fall through
The proposed amendment in law fell through.
A personal stake in something
She has a vested interest in keeping the house in her name.