Carry-over



that which is carried over, postponed, or extended to a later time, account, etc.
Bookkeeping. the total of one page of an account carried forward to the next.
carryforward (def 2).
Historical Examples

He might have headed a revolutionary government elsewhere in China but not a carry-over administration in Peking.
Government in Republican China Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger

This is fixed at noon on carry-over day, in accordance with the market price then current (see Account; Stock Exchange).
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 4 Various

In short, application involves the question, “What is the carry-over value of the lesson?”
Principles of Teaching Adam S. Bennion

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