carry someone out
 v. phr.— «And all these things you would argue should lead a currency to trade weaker, and he got very very long the dollar, short the Yen, and a lot of people did alongside him, and basically there was a two- or three-week period in ’98 when we had the financial crisis and the Yen actually strengthened ten or fifteen percent. I can’t remember the exact numbers, but all these guys just got carried out, even though the stylized facts of the argument were very good.…Carried out… like basically they’re carried out on a board, they’re dead.» —“Interview with a Hedge Fund Manager” N+1 Jan. 7, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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