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She"s on the phone at the moment - will you hold (the line) (= wait on the phone until she can speak lớn you)?
When two people hold hands, each one takes the other person’s hand in his or her hand, esp. To lớn show affection.
< M > I can’t fasten this skirt unless I hold my stomach in (= keep it tight with my muscles so that it does not stick out).
Someone on the telephone who asks you lớn hold wants you lớn wait until that person or someone else can speak to you:
hold a position/job/post Before taking his present post, he held the position of chief financial regulator.
hold a patent The world"s largest biotech firm holds patents on the DNA sequences of thousands of varieties of grain.
hold stocks/supplies We hold large stocks of all these items, và are generally able khổng lồ guarantee next-day delivery.
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to be in a strong position when you are competing with someone else, because you have all the advantages:
He currently holds the reins at one of the fastest growing di động communications businesses in the country.
a suggestion that someone should not sell the shares that they own in a company, but that they should not buy any new shares:
Yet the criss-crossing of isoglosses shows that it also holds for phonetic or morphological features.
Viewed on a per holding basis the net present value of mean economic returns per holding come lớn $500/ha.
In peri-urban areas, land holds out the prospect of higher returns from realestate development than from farming.
For instance, over-blowing on a wind instrument can cause an octave rise, which holds as the pressure is reduced.
We say that is right eresolving if the right resolving condition holds, but with the uniqueness condition replaced by existence.
They also held meetings with non-governmental organisations and the leaders of the major political parties.