hold back

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Hesitate
tedbirli olmak
(Gıda) geri tutma
tutmak

Kendini tutmak zorundasın. - You have to hold back.

Kız gözyaşlarını tutmak için çok gayret etti. - The girl tried hard to hold back her tears.

zapt etmek
tut

Kız gözyaşlarını tutmak için çok gayret etti. - The girl tried hard to hold back her tears.

Tom gözyaşlarını tutmaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to hold back his tears.

gizli tutmak
özünü tutmak
durdurmak
kendini tutmak

Kendini tutmak zorundasın. - You have to hold back.

(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kendini tutmak , çekinmek 2- zaptetmek 3- söylemek istememek
zaptetmek
saklamak
çekinmek
(deyim) kendini tutmak,cekinmek. hold sth. back elinde tutmak,saklamak
söylememek
hold back pay
(Ticaret) alıkonan ücret
hold something back
zapt etmek
hold a child back a year
çocuğa (okulda) aynı sınıfı tekrarlatmak
hold s.o. back
birinin ilerlemesini durdurmak/engellemek
holdback
engel
to hold back a sneeze
hapşırığını tutmak
hold a child back a
çocuğa (okulda) aynı sınıfı tekrarlatmak
hold a crowd back
kalabalığı zaptetmek
hold s.o. back
birinin ilerlemesini durdurmak/engellemek. hold s.o. in one's arms birini kucağında tutmak
holdback
(isim) engel
İngilizce - İngilizce
to act with reserve; to contain one's full measure or power

Don't hold back. Hit it as hard as you can.

to delay, especially in school

He's a year older than his classmates because he was held back in second grade.

to contain; stop

The dam can't hold back that much water.

hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of; "Arrest the downward trend"; "Check the growth of communism in Sout East Asia"; "Contain the rebel movement"; "Turn back the tide of communism"
If you hold something back, you keep it in reserve to use later. Farmers apparently hold back produce in the hope that prices will rise
withhold, fail to provide; hesitate, avoid participation; restrain; retain ownership
To hold someone or something back means to prevent someone from doing something, or to prevent something from happening. Stagnation in home sales is holding back economic recovery Jake wanted to wake up, but sleep held him back
secure and keep for possible future use or application; "The landlord retained the security deposit"; "I reserve the right to disagree"
keep under control; keep in check; "suppress a smile"; "Keep your temper"; "keep your cool"
Portion of a construction loan withheld by a lender from a contractor until all construction work is satisfactorily completed or sufficient space is leased in a floor loan
If you hold back or if something holds you back, you hesitate before you do something because you are not sure whether it is the right thing to do. The administration had several reasons for holding back Melancholy and mistrust of men hold her back
An amount of money retained by a construction lender or owner until satisfactory completion of the work performed by a contractor
hold back; keep from being perceived by others; "She conceals her anger well"
If you hold back something such as tears or laughter, or if you hold back, you make an effort to stop yourself from showing how you feel. She kept trying to hold back her tears I was close to tears with frustration, but I held back
If you hold something back, you do not include it in the information you are giving about something. You seem to be holding something back
wait before acting
restrain
constrain
cumber
encumber
holdback
restraint (act or result of holding back, device that restrains)
to hold back
check
holdback
Money not paid until certain events have occurred
holdback
An amount of money withheld by the lender during the progress of construction of a house to ensure that construction is satisfactory at every stage
holdback
A snib, button or other device which can hold the bolt in the retracted position
holdback
the portion of loan proceeds that were not disbursed to a borrower at closing   The holdback will usually be disbursed to the borrower upon satisfaction of certain conditions relating to the holdback in the loan documents
holdback
That portion of a contractor's draw under a construction loan that is withheld by the lender until all work is completed to the satisfaction of the lender Quite often the amount withheld is equal to the contractor's profit, which means that enough of the loan is dispersed so that the subcontractors can be paid
holdback
The projection or loop on the thill of a vehicle
holdback
A portion of the progress payments called for under the terms of a contract which is not payable until the contract has been completed
holdback
A portion of funds held in escrow for the completion or repair of some aspect of improvements on a parcel of real estate Generally, a holdback will be required by a lender at an amount equal to one and one-half times the cost of the item in question
holdback
An amount of money withheld by the lender during the progress of construction of a house to ensure that construction is satisfactory at every stage A standard holdback amount is 10% of the total cost of the building project
holdback
to which a strap of the harness is attached, to hold back a carriage when going down hill, or in backing; also, the strap or part of the harness so used
holdback
Part of a loan held by the lender until certain conditions have been met, such as to bring a property to good repair under FHA or VA appraisal specifications
holdback
Portion of a loan held back by the lender until a contingency is met In the sale of a home insured by V A or F H A , funds may be held back to make necessary improvements to bring the property to V A or F H A standards The money to make "these" repairs may not be available until closing One and one halt to double the estimated amount necessary is held back If repairs are not made in the time allowed these funds are used to make the repairs In construction financing, funds are held back until, for example, a certain percentage of a subdivision has been sold, or a certain portion of a building has been constructed
holdback
An amount of money withheld by the lender during construction of a house to ensure that construction is satisfactory at every stage A standard holdback is 10% of the total cost of the building project
holdback
A portion of the merchant account holders revenue or funds held by the merchant account provider for future unplanned bills like charge backs, late charges and other expenses The majority of providers do not do this
holdback
A portion of the revenue from a merchant's credit card transactions, held in reserve by the merchant account provider to cover possible disputed charges, chargeback fees, and other expenses After a predetermined time, holdbacks are turned over to the merchant Note: Merchant account providers almost never pay interest on holdbacks
holdback
A percentage of a contract price which is retained by a contractor or lender until the project is complete and all bills for that project are paid The percentage may be set by custom or by statute
holdback
{i} restraint; hindrance, obstacle
holdback
>> A portion of a mortgage loan held back by the lender from the customer until a contingency is met by the customer An example of a contingency would be repairs needed for a property's roof Upon completing the required repairs, the lender releases the held back funds to the borrower
holdback
Check; hindrance; restraint; obstacle
holdback
A portion of each payment that remains unpaid until such time as the job is completed to your satisfaction and/or any liens placed against your property by the contractor's debtors are discharged
hold back