In my today lesson "A Visit From Down-Under" I have noticed a lack of translations for the meaning of the verbe 'to carry'.
The sentence was : "The problem is that Warbuckle stores in Australia refuse to carry Delavigne products".

In the extra vocabulary, I got 2 different meanings for 'to carry' but not one fits to this sentence !
to carry: porter, transporter
to carry on (doing something): continuer à (faire qqch)

I have looked for on WordReference and I have found an good translation related to this sentence :
To carry (something) : proposer à la vente, vendre, avoir en stock

Please Gymglish Team, could you check that the vocabulary that we ask for suit well our lesson?
At least the translations needed for better understand our lesson, not all the possible translations of each word...