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hold in Dogri डोगरी

hold in Kashmiri कॉशुर

hold in Konkani कोंकणी

hold in Marathi मराठी

hold in Tamil தமிழ்

hold in Urdu اُردُو

hold in English

  • hold adj. holdable.

  • hold expr. get hold of, to get; obtain.
    Ex. I must get hold of some money before the banks close today.

  • hold expr. hold a candle to. See under candle.

  • hold expr. hold back,
    a. to keep back; keep from acting; restrain.
    Ex. Some divinity holds back mine arm (John Dryden).
    b. to avoid disclosing.
    Ex. to hold back the truth. He is holding something back.

  • hold expr. hold down,
    a. to keep down; keep under control; repress.
    Ex. The more they were held down, the more they flourished.
    b. (Informal, Figurative.) to have and keep.
    Ex. to hold down a job.

  • hold expr. hold forth,
    a. to talk or preach; harangue (often used disparagingly).
    Ex. He is able to hold forth upon canes longer than upon any one subject in the world (Sir Richard Steele).
    b. to offer.
    Ex. A chapel ... where Mass wa

  • hold expr. hold good, to continue valid; apply.
    Ex. It will hold good in nineteen out of twenty instances (John R. McCulloch).

  • hold expr. hold in,
    a. to keep in; keep back; restrain; check.
    Ex. He held in the dogs until the fox was seen.
    b. to restrain oneself; keep silence.
    Ex. I could hardly hold myself in when he kicked my dog.

  • hold expr. hold off,
    a. to keep off or at a distance; keep from attacking.
    Ex. to hold off the enemy. Hold off your hand (Shakespeare).
    b. to keep from acting; keep away or aloof.
    Ex. The storm may hold off. If you love me, hold not

  • hold expr. hold on,
    a. to keep one's hold.
    Ex. He found himself holding on to a piece of plank.
    b. (Figurative.) to keep on; continue.
    Ex. He held on until there was no chance of winning.
    c. (Informal.) stop! wait a minute!.

  • hold expr. hold one's own. See under own.

  • hold expr. hold out,
    a. to keep up; continue; last.
    Ex. The food will only hold out two more days. No way to fly, nor strength to hold out flight (Shakespeare).
    b. (Figurative.) to keep resisting; not give in; endure.
    Ex. Her constit

  • hold expr. hold over,
    a. to keep for further action or consideration; postpone.
    Ex. The bill has been held over until next year.
    b. to stay in office beyond the regular term.
    Ex. He held over until his successor was appointed.

  • hold expr. hold the bag. See under bag.

  • hold expr. hold the fort. See under fort.

  • hold expr. hold the line. See under line (1).

  • hold expr. hold up,
    a. to keep from falling; support.
    Ex. The roof is held up by pillars.
    b. (Figurative.) to maintain; keep up.
    Ex. Prices have been holding up pretty well.
    c. to show, display.
    Ex. He held up the sign s

  • hold expr. hold water. See under water.

  • hold expr. hold with,
    a. to side with.
    Ex. Some there were, that held with both sides (Meredith Hanmer).
    b. to agree with.
    Ex. I don't hold with him buying flowers when his children haven't got enough to eat (Cornhill Magazine). english

  • hold expr. lay (or take) hold of (or on),
    a. to seize; grasp.
    Ex. They took hold of each other's hands. The officers ... were laid hold on (Daniel Defoe).
    b. (Figurative.) to get control or possession of.
    Ex. His declaration ... fail

  • hold expr. no hold (or holds) barred, no rules or restraints; complete freedom of action or expression.
    Ex. There were no holds barred when the enemies met in combat.

  • hold expr. on hold, (U.S. and Canadian.)
    a. on a telephone connection held open automatically until someone is available to take the call.
    Ex. Phone calls sometimes come in from Florida, Nova Scotia, and Missouri; the callers may be put on hold f

  • hold expr. take hold, to become attached.
    Ex. It is hard for him to take hold in the new place, to build himself a new career there (Edmund Wilson).

  • hold hold (1), verb, held,heldor (Archaic)holden,holding,noun.

  • hold hold (2), noun.
    the part inside a ship or airplane where the cargo is carried. A ship's hold is below the deck.

  • hold noun 1a. the act or manner of grasping and holding; grasp or grip.
    Ex. to release one's hold. You must take a better hold if you are to pull your weight.
    b. a way of holding an opponent in wrestling.
    2a. a thing to hold by.

  • hold v.i. 1. to remain fast or firm; not break, loosen, or give way.
    Ex. The dike held during the flood. Will your anchor hold?
    2. to remain in a specified state; continue in a course; last; persist.
    Ex. The frost still holds.
    3. to

  • hold v.t. 1. to grasp and keep; take in the hands or arms and keep.
    Ex. Please hold my hat. Hold my watch while I play this game. The boy was left awkwardly holding the baby. The man held his head in his hands.
    (SYN) support, bear, sustain.

  • hold in Maithili


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