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This mall has a lot of boutiques that carry clothes and jewelry that I like.

Hi,

Does "carry" in the above amout to "sell?" Thanks.
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Hi,

This mall has a lot of boutiques that carry clothes and jewelry that I like.

Does "carry" in the above amount to "sell?" Generally speaking, yes. More specifically, it means the stores have them in stock, have them on the shelves, offer them for sale. They may sell lots, they may sell none, we don't know.

Best wishes, Clive
If I am wrong then please correct me but I think in the above sentence it should be 'carries' rather than carryThis mall has a lot of boutiques that carries clothes and jewelry that I like.
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No,

one shop carries

as this is plural - boutiques - it is carry
I agree with Clive on this and would add for further clarification that if you were in a shop looking for a widget and couldn't find it on the shelf you would ask the proprietor "Do you carry widgets."
Yes, the idea of having them in stock as mentioned by Clive is important ...
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Marius Hancu Yes, the idea of having them in stock as mentioned by Clay is important ...
Who the devil is Clay? Does that mean you agree with both Clive and Ray? Emotion: wink
EDIT: Oops! You edited that. Now it's clear who you meant.

It would not be at all unusual to hear a conversation such as this:
A: Do you carry widgets?
B: Yes, but we're out of stock at the moment. We're expecting our next shipment of widgets tomorrow.