hold

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
tutmak

Bu tavanın sapını tutmak kolaydır. - The handle of this pan is easy to hold.

Oluklu kaşıklar geleneksel pelin ayininde belirli bir role sahiptir.Onlar bir adet küp şekeri soğuk suyla bardaklarının içine eritmek için küp şekeri bardağın üstünde tutmak için kullanılır. - Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.

devam etmek
düzenlemek

Tom toplantıyı düzenlemek için uygun bir yer arıyor. - Tom is looking for a suitable place to hold the meeting.

Biz, partiyi düzenlemek için bir oda kiralamak zorundayız. - We have to rent a room to hold the party in.

(toplantı vb) düzenlemek
(Askeri) AMBAR, TUTMAK, BEKLETMEK: 1. Bir gemide yük istif bölmesi. 2. Bir mevzi veya bölgeyi zorla elde bulundurmak. 3. Taarruzda, düşman kuvvetlerinin hareketine veya yeniden gruplanmalarına engel olacak şekilde baskı yapmak. 4. Hava trafiğinde, uçuş halindeki bir uçağı, hava trafik kontrol talimatlarına uygun olarak, gözle veya diğer vasıtalarla tanınabilecek belirli bir saha veya bölge dahilinde tutmak
{f} kaldırmak
{i} tutma

Oluklu kaşıklar geleneksel pelin ayininde belirli bir role sahiptir.Onlar bir adet küp şekeri soğuk suyla bardaklarının içine eritmek için küp şekeri bardağın üstünde tutmak için kullanılır. - Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.

Tom'un şu ana kadar yapmayı denemek istediği en tehlikeli şey zehirli bir yılanı tutmaktı. - The most dangerous thing Tom ever wanted to try to do was to hold a poisonous snake.

{f} kavramak
kabul ve tasdik etmek
{i} tutunma
{i} tutunacak yer

Kayanın üzerinde el ya da ayak için tutunacak yerler yoktu. - There were no holds for hand or foot on the rock.

{i} bagaj bölümü (uçak)
savunmak (mevzi)
tutuşmak
işgal etmek (makam)
(Kanun) icra etmek
meşgul etme
süregelmek
(Ticaret) bulundurma
düzenlemek (toplantı)
(Kanun) uhdesinde bulundurmak
(Kanun) ifa etmek
(Muzik) durak işareti
(Kanun) hamil olmak
(Kanun) hüküm vermek
düşünmek
(Bilgisayar) dur-bekle
yapışmak (zamk)
yapışmak
(Havacılık) uçakta bagaj bölümü
tutunmak
genellikle tahıl saklanan yer
(Ticaret) bakiye tutma
(Havacılık) bagaj bölümü
zaptetmek
engel olmak

Tom bir iş bulamadı ya da tek başına yaşayamadı. - Tom was unable to hold a job or live by himself.

O onun işini engelliyor. - He is holding up her work.

(Bilgisayar) basılı tutmak
sığınacak yer
bekletme
elde tutma
(ağırlık) taşımak
arkası kesilmemek
değişmemek
tutturmak
saymak
geride tutmak

Seni geride tutmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to hold you back.

tutamak
içine almak
sahip olmak
elinde tutmak
yapmak

Yarın öğleden sonra ilk olarak personel toplantısı yapmak istiyorum, bu yüzden konferans salonunu ayırır mısın? - I'd like to hold a staff meeting first thing tomorrow afternoon, so could you reserve the conference room?

tutuş

Mary, Tom ve Conchita'yı el ele tutuşurlarken gördü. - Mary saw Tom and Conchita holding hands.

Sadece el ele tutuşuyorduk. - We were just holding hands.

farzetmek
kontrol altına almak
gemi ambarı
inanmak
{f} tutmak: Hold my hand. Elimi tut
sürmek
belli bir durumda tutmak
{f} tut

Fotoğrafta elimi tutuyorsun. - You're holding my hand in the photo.

Vazoyu iki elinle tut. - Hold the vase with both hands.

(neyise) oluşturmak
almak

Mütevelli Yönetim kurulu yurt dışı holdingleri görevden almak için oy kullandı. - The Board of Trustees voted to divest the organization's overseas holdings.

Bu salon 2,000 kişi almaktadır. - This hall holds 2,000 people.

oluşturm
{f} alıkoymak
{f} içine almak: How much water will this glass hold? Bu bardak ne
{f} barındırmak
durdurmak
iltizam etmek
{f} geçerli olmak
hold on to
tutunmak
hold up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- yukarı kaldırmak 2- tutmak , desteklemek
hold on
bağlanmak
hold on
tutmak
hold off
uzak tutmak
hold on
{k} Dur!/Bekle!
hold on
tutunmak
hold back
Hesitate
hold the post
İş sahibi olmak, işle ilgili bir konumda bulunmak
hold against
(suçu) -e yüklemek
hold against
yüzüne vurmak
hold back
tedbirli olmak
hold off
geri durmak
hold off
mesafe koymak
hold on
dayanmak
hold one's own
yerini korumak
hold onto
tutmaya çalış

Onu tutmaya çalışmamı ister misin? - Would you like me to hold onto it?

hold out
direnmek
hold out
(deyim) calismaya devam etmek(eski veya kirik bir sey). hold out for sth. ayak diremek. hold out on someone [kd] birinden gizlemek
hold out
uzatmak
hold sway
egemen olmak
hold up
(deyim) durdurmak,geciktirmek. a hold-up durma
hold up
yolunu kesip soymak
hold up
desteklemek
hold up
silahlı soygun
Hold your horses
{k} Dur!/Bekle!
hold a candle to
karşılaştırmak
hold a candle to
kıyaslamak
hold a pitch
Bir akışı veya düzeni muhafaza etmek, bozmadan sürdürmek
hold back
(Gıda) geri tutma
hold by
(Konuşma Dili) aynı fikirde olmak
hold down
sınırlandırmak
hold down
işgal etmek
hold forth
uzun uzadıya konuşmak
hold in
kontrol altına almak
hold in contempt
(deyim) aşağılamak
hold in contempt
(deyim) küçümsemek
hold in esteem
hürmet etmek
hold in esteem
beğenmek
hold in esteem
adam yerine koymak
hold in high esteem
saygı göstermek
hold in high esteem
beğenmek
hold off
uzakta tutmak
hold on
süregelmek
hold on to
-e tutunmak
hold on to supplies
(Askeri) ikmallere dayanmak
hold on!
aganta
hold one's head up
(Konuşma Dili) gururlanmak
hold out
vadetmek
hold out
sunmak
hold out
tutunmak
hold out a carrot to somebody
yemlemek
hold out for
aşırı istemek
hold something back
zapt etmek
hold the line
(Askeri) safı bozmamak
hold to
bağlı kalmak
hold to
vazgeçmemek
hold to
tutunmak
hold to
sadık kalmak
hold up
yardımda bulunmak
hold up
arzetmek
hold up
geri tutmak
hold up
kaldırmak
hold up
yolunu kesmek
hold water
{k} geçerli olmak, makul olmak
hold with
uzlaşmak
Hold it
Öyle kal!
Hold it
Kıpırdama!
Hold on!
Dur!
Hold the line please!
Çınkayı kapatmayın lütfen!
Hold the line please!
Ayrılmayın lütfen!
Hold the line!
hattan ayrılmayın
Hold the line!
lütfen

Hat şimdi meşgul. Lütfen hatta kalın. - The line is busy now. Please hold the line.

Hatta kalın lütfen. Ben sizi onun ofisine bağlayacağım. - Hold the line please. I'll put you through to his office.

Hold your horses!
Ağır ol!
hold a secret
sır saklamak
hold against
ön yargıyla davranmasına neden olmak
hold aloof
yaklaşmamak
hold altitude
korunan yükseklik
hold an office
bir makam işgal etmek
hold back
tutmak

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

Kendini tutmak zorundasın. - You have to hold back.

hold back
özünü tutmak
hold back
gizli tutmak
hold back
zapt etmek
hold back
tut

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

Tom öfkesini tutamadı. - Tom couldn't hold back his anger.

hold circuit
tutucu devre
hold close
yakında tut
hold down
(işi) yürütmek
hold down
tut

Tom bir mesleği tutamaz. O her zaman kovuluyor. - Tom can't hold down a job. He's always getting fired.

hold down
düşük düzeyde tutmak
hold down
tutunmak
hold fast
dayan

Bu ağaca sıkı dayanın. - Hold fast to this tree.

hold firm
sıkı dur
hold firmly
sıkı dur
hold forth
nutuk çekmek
hold forth
lafı iyice uzatmak
hold good
değerini korumak
hold good
geçerli olmak
hold in
tutmak
hold in
zapt etmek
hold in
yap
hold in contempt
hor gör
hold in esteem
saygı göstermek
hold in high esteem
el üstünde tutmak
hold in high regard
el üstünde tutmak
hold mode
tutma modu
hold no brief
başı boş olmamak
hold off
geciktirmek
hold off
yaklaştırmamak
hold on
bekle

Eğer biraz beklerseniz, Jane'i telefona alacağım. - If you hold on a moment, I will get Jane on the phone.

Biraz bekleyin, lütfen. - Hold on a moment, please.

hold on
(çınkada) beklemek
hold on
bırakmamak
hold on
beklemek
hold on
devam etmek
hold one's breath
heyecanla beklemek
hold one's breath
nefesini tutmak
hold one's ground
durumunu muhafaza etmek
hold one's ground
yerini korumak
hold one's peace
susmak
hold one's peace
sesini çıkarmamak
hold one's tongue
çenesini kapatmak
hold one's tongue
sesini kesmek
hold one's tongue
dilini tutmak
hold open
açık tut
hold out
ileri sürmek
hold out
vermek
hold out
dayanmak
hold out
öner
hold out for
beklemek
hold out the olive branch
zeytin dalı uzatmak
hold over
ertele
hold over
ertelemek
hold over
geri bırakmak
hold queue
tutma kuyruğu
hold relay
tutma rölesi
hold sth against
suçlamak
hold sth cheap
hor görmek
hold sth cheap
kıymetini bilmemek
hold the bag
kabak başında patlamak
hold the fort
göz kulak olmak
hold the line
hatta kal

Hatta kalın lütfen. Ben sizi onun ofisine bağlayacağım. - Hold the line please. I'll put you through to his office.

Hat şimdi meşgul. Lütfen hatta kalın. - The line is busy now. Please hold the line.

hold the line
çınkada beklemek
hold the line
hatta kalmak
hold the market
piyasayı elinde tutmak
hold the phone line open
hatta kal
hold the reins
dizginleri ele almak
hold to
bağlı kal
hold to
izlemek
hold to
korumak
hold to
sürdürmek
hold together
ayrılmamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An instance of holding one's service game, as opposed to being broken
To detain

Hold the suspect in this cell.

To maintain, to consider

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

To win one's own service game
To be or remain valid; to apply; to hold true; to hold good
To cause to wait or delay

Hold the elevator.

The percentage the house wins on a gamble
To have and keep possession of something

The general ordered the colonel to hold his position at all costs.

To grasp or grip

Hold the pencil like this.

To reserve

Hold a table for us at 7:00.

Something reserved or kept

We have a hold here for you.

A grasp or grip

Keep a firm hold on the handlebars.

The cargo area of a ship, (often cargo hold)

Put that in the hold.

A position or grip used to control the opponent

He got him in a tight hold and pinned him to the mat.

To contain or store

This package holds six bottles.

This word needs a definition. Please help out and add a definition, then remove the text {{rfdef}}

So I felt my way down the passage back to the vault, and recked not of the darkness, nor of Blackbeard and his crew, if only I could lay my lips to liquor. Thus I groped about the barrels till near the top of the stack my hand struck on the spile of a keg, and drawing it, I got my mouth to the hold.

Status applied to an item being held at the Circulation Desk A valid borrower may request that a circulating book or other material be held upon its return to the Library The patron will be notified when the material becomes available
A borrower may request that a circulating book be held upon its return The patron will be notified when it becomes available
A hold on a book guarantees that a book checked out to another person will be saved for you when the book is returned You may request a hold on a book at the Circulation Desk
When item needed by a library user is out to someone else, one can place a hold on the item through the library online system A hold will ensure that the library user will be next in line when the item is returned and becomes available In Webcat the term Request is used for placing a hold
A term given to the act of holding a balance intact until an item or items have been collected By placing a hold on an account, the Bank will not permit the withdrawal of the uncollected portion of a deposit until it is certain that the items have been collected Back to Top
(Senate only) An informal practice by which a Senator informs his or her floor leader that he or she does not wish a particular bill or other measure to reach the floor for consideration The Majority Leader need not follow the Senator's wishes, but is on notice that the opposing Senator may filibuster any motion to proceed to consider the measure
{e} stop! stay! cease! leave off! forbear
{n} a support, catch, power, custody, place, the interior of a ship
{v} to support grasp, keep, retain, detain, stick, continue
{f} have in one's hand; include, contain; keep, save; restrain; maintain, support, believe; direct, arrange; possess
{i} grasp, grip; handle, something to grip; influence, effect; order to delay or postpone something; stronghold, secure fortified place; storage space in the hull of a ship
have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense; "She has $1,000 in the bank"; "He has got two beautiful daughters"; "She holds a Master's degree from Harvard"
be capable of holding or containing; "This box won't take all the items"; "The flask holds one gallon"
hold the attention of; "The soprano held the audience"; "This story held our interest"; "She can hold an audience spellbound"
lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits; "moderate your alcohol intake"; "hold your tongue"; "hold your temper"; "control your anger"
A request that a circulating book be held upon its return (whether from another patron or from "missing" status) The Circulation Desk notifies the patron when it becomes available
take and maintain control over, often by violent means; "The dissatisfied students held the President's office for almost a week"
a state of being confined (usually for a short time); "his detention was politically motivated"; "the prisoner is on hold"; "he is in the custody of police"
support or hold in a certain manner; "She holds her head high"; "He carried himself upright"
resist or confront with resistance; "The politician defied public opinion"; "The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear"; "The bridge held"
To prosecute, have, take, or join in, as something which is the result of united action; as to, hold a meeting, a festival, a session, etc
be in accord; be in agreement; "We agreed on the terms of the settlement"; "I can't agree with you!"; "I hold with those who say life is sacred"; "Both philosophers concord on this point"
1 During a countdown to stop counting and to wait until an impediment has been removed so that the countdown can be resumed, as in T minus 40 and holding Compare count, recycle
To maintain in being or action; to carry on; to prosecute, as a course of conduct or an argument; to continue; to sustain
A large compartment in the lower part of a vessel where the cargo is stored In earlier days, the hold also housed the ships gear and any provisions which would be required on the voyage
cover as for protection against noise or smell; "She held her ears when the jackhammer started to operate"; "hold one's nose"
keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view; "take for granted"; "view as important"; "hold these truths to be self-evident"; "I hold him personally responsible"
remain in a certain state, position, or condition; "The weather held"; "They held on the road and kept marching"
When a book or other item is currently checked out, patrons may place a "hold" on it at the circulation desk or remotely through the Novanet catalogue The person to whom it is checked out will not be permitted to renew the item, and the person placing the "hold" will be next in line to check it out after it is returned
You can place a hold on a Library book that is checked out When the book is returned, it will be held for you, and you will receive a notice informing you that it is now available Holds can be placed by you directly using the Online Book Catalog, or you can ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk
Not to fail or be found wanting; to continue; to last; to endure a test or trial; to abide; to persist
remain committed to; "I hold to these ideas"
contain or hold; have within; "The jar carries wine"; "The canteen holds fresh water"; "This can contains water"
To cause to remain in a given situation, position, or relation, within certain limits, or the like; to prevent from falling or escaping; to sustain; to restrain; to keep in the grasp; to retain
stop dealing with; "hold all calls to the President's office while he is in a meeting"
the space in a ship or aircraft for storing cargo
The hold button keeps callers on the line while you call someone else to the phone, or switch to different extension to make or receive another call
the act of grasping; "he released his clasp on my arm"; "he has a strong grip for an old man"; "she kept a firm hold on the railing"
a stronghold
Hence: Not to move; to halt; to stop; mostly in the imperative
A hold guarantees that when a book is returned to the circulation desk it will be saved for you
a cell in a jail or prison
To retain in one's keeping; to maintain possession of, or authority over; not to give up or relinquish; to keep; to defend
A hold is a request to have a particular item held for the requestor when that item is returned to the library A hold request does not change the due date, but does prevent the current borrower from renewing the item To put a book on hold the requestor must submit a request through CLICnet
hence, to direct and bring about officially; to conduct or preside at; as, the general held a council of war; a judge holds a court; a clergyman holds a service
A place of security; a fortified place; a fort; a castle; often called a stronghold
organize or be responsible for; "hold a reception"; "have, throw, or make a party"; "give a course"
is an artificial restriction which prevents a job from being selected for processing There are three types of holds, which is applied by the job owner, (or operator) which is applied by the batch operator or administrator, and which is applied by the system itself or the batch system administrator
To restrain one's self; to refrain
power by which something or someone is affected or dominated; "he has a hold over them"
The amount of the leather captured within the stitch on one side of the seam, determined by how far back from the edge you pierce and how deeply you pierce (Note: depending on how you look at it, the picture above only shows a half of a Hold The rest of the hold is the other half of the piece of leather shown, and the stitching area of any other piece of leather used) These are all separate variables that must be taken into account [Saguto]
Not to give way; not to part or become separated; to remain unbroken or unsubdued
a cell in a jail or prison power by which something or someone is affected or dominated; "he has a hold over them" keep from exhaling or expelling; "hold your breath" remain committed to; "I hold to these ideas" assert or affirm; "Rousseau's philosophy holds that people are inherently good" hold the attention of; "The soprano held the audience"; "This story held our interest"; "She can hold an audience spellbound" aim, point, or direct; "Hold the fire extinguisher directly on the flames" have or hold in one's hands or grip; "Hold this bowl for a moment, please"; "A crazy idea took hold of him" be the physical support of; carry the weight of; "The beam holds up the roof"; "He supported me with one hand while I balanced on the beam"; "What's holding that mirror?" cover as for protection against noise or smell; "She held her ears when the jackhammer started to operate"; "hold one's nose" support or hold in a certain manner; "She holds her head high"; "He carried himself upright" organize or be responsible for; "hold a reception"; "have, throw, or make a party"; "give a course" take and maintain control over, often by violent means; "The dissatisfied students held the President's office for almost a week" keep from departing; "Hold the taxi"; "Hold the horse" stop dealing with; "hold all calls to the President's office while he is in a meeting" remain in a certain state, position, or condition; "The weather held"; "They held on the road and kept marching" contain or hold; have within; "The jar carries wine"; "The canteen holds fresh water"; "This can contains water" have as a major characteristic; "The novel holds many surprises"; "The book holds in store much valuable advise
The act of holding, as in or with the hands or arms; the manner of holding, whether firm or loose; seizure; grasp; clasp; gripe; possession; often used with the verbs take and lay
Hold 'em
Texas hold 'em
hold a candle
To compare; to be even remotely of the same quality, skill, etc. as another

The old computer just doesn't hold a candle to the latest models.

hold a grudge
To stay angry (at someone or something) far longer than is reasonable

I made a mistake. That's not a good reason to hold a grudge against me.

hold a torch for
Alternative form of carry a torch for
hold all the aces
To be in a strong position when one is competing with someone else, having all the advantages
hold back
to contain; stop

The dam can't hold back that much water.

hold back
to delay, especially in school

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

hold back
to act with reserve; to contain one's full measure or power

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

hold down
To restrain; to check

You hold him down while I search him.

hold down
To continue, to hold and to manage well

I held down that job for years.

hold forth
To extend or offer, propose
hold forth
Talk at great length; expatiate; harangue
hold hands
Of two or more people, to clasp another's hand with one's own hand
hold hard
to remain still

Hold hard, here come the sheep.

hold hostage
To have possession or custody of a person as security for performance against a treaty, a pledge, or a demand, especially now an extra-legal demand
hold hostage
Any situation or leverage used to entrap or corner someone without physical restraint
hold it
Wait a minute; stop

Hold it. What did you say his name was?.

hold it
Wait to excrete when you need to
hold off
To delay commencing an action (until some specified time or event has passed)

Hold off on baking until I get there.

hold off
To delay commencing (an action until some specified time or event has passed)

Hold off baking until I get there.

hold off
To delay someone or something temporarily; to keep at bay

Let's try to hold off the lawyers until we are ready for them.

hold on
To keep; to store something for someone

Hold on to my umbrella while I ride the roller coaster.

hold on
Wait a short while

Hold on while I get my coat.

hold on
To persist
hold on
To stay loyal

He didn't give up his fandom when others were; he held on.

hold on
To hold, grasp, or grip

Hold on tight to the railing.

hold one's breath
To wait, as if breathlessly
hold one's head above water
Alternative form of keep one's head above water
hold one's horses
To be patient; to wait

I would ask everybody to hold their horses until we go through the process, ElBaradei said.

hold one's liquor
To be resistant to intoxication or to show few signs of intoxication, even after consuming a significant amount of alcohol

When I first came to London and fell in with Sebastian and Evangeline, neither could hold their liquor, nor judge which glass should be their last.

hold one's own
To demonstrate oneself to be capable; to provide a respectable performance or worthy competition; to stick up for oneself

But Ford, and Chrysler continued to hold their own against the latest competition from the Japanese.

hold one's serve
to win a game when one is serving
hold one's tongue
to keep quiet; especially, to leave something unsaid

I don't like his ideas, but I will hold my tongue.

hold one's urine
Not to urinate (for some period of time)

Because urinating tends to wash out the urethra, and because the urethra can be a rich source of diagnostic material, the sample will be more useful if the patient has held his urine for at least three hours.

hold one's water
To hold one's urine
hold one's water
To be patient; to control one's impulses
hold out
To wait, or refuse in hopes of getting something better (from a negotiation, etc.)

How long has he been holding out?.

hold out
To hold (something) out; to extend (something) forward

I held out my hand, and the horrible, soft-spoken, eyeless creature gripped it in a moment like a vise. I was so much startled that I struggled to withdraw; but the blind man pulled me close up to him with a single action of his arm.

hold out
To withhold something

You've got a key! Why have you been holding out on me?.

hold out
To survive, endure

How long can they hold out without water?.

hold out
Alternative spelling of holdout
hold out
To set something aside or save it for later

Pack the boxes, but hold out a few blue ones for later.

hold over
something left from an earlier time

The QWERTY keyboard layout is a holdover from the days when manual typewriters jammed.

hold over
to save, delay

We will have to hold over these files until tomorrow.

hold over someone's head
To harp on; to remind continuously (especially of a misstep or defeat)

I get one parking ticket and he holds it over my head for six months.

hold somebody's hand
To grasp or hold a person's hand
hold somebody's hand
To guide somebody through the basics or assist with excessively small details

I'll give you advice on writing an article, but I won't hold your hand through the entire process.

hold someone's feet to the fire
To maintain personal, social, political, or legal pressure on someone in order to induce him or her to comply with one's desires; to hold someone accountable for his or her actions

He kept tabs on presidents, monitored members of Congress, held bureaucrats' feet to the fire.

hold sway
Be pre-eminent; have the greatest influence (over someone or something); dominate
hold that thought
To pause in a conversation for an interruption
hold that thought
Used to acknowledge that one's attention needs to be diverted from what an speaker was saying

.... and then .... / John, hold that thought. I need to take this call..

hold the fort
To maintain a secure position
hold the fort
To assume responsibility, especially in another’s absence
hold the phone
stop; wait; woah. What's this? Look at this!

Hold the phone! We've had this problem before, with the other machine.

hold the phone
To hold; to wait for someone at the other end of a telephone connection

They asked me to hold the phone while they went to look up the answer.

hold the purse strings
To be in control of spending; to have financial power and responsibility
hold the reins
To be in charge, to be in control, as of a business, political organization, or other group

While conservatives hold the reins at the SBC, moderates have retained control of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.

hold tight
To hold something securely

Hold tight to that vase, and don't drop it.

hold tight
To hold on to something for security

Hold tight to me, the bus is going round a sharp bend.

hold tight
To hold something or someone closely

Hold me tight and kiss me.

hold true
to remain true, valid or applicable; to apply

However the case may be with societies under widely different conditions of development, the law of mass and individuality holds true of the social facts known to us.

hold true
to be true, valid or applicable
hold up
To withstand; to stand up to; to survive

hold up to heavy use.

hold up
to fulfil / fulfill or complete one's part of an agreement

I don't think he's holding up his end of the bargain.

hold up
to rob at gunpoint

The guy tried to hold up a bank.

hold up
To support or lift

Hold up the table while I slide this underneath.

hold up
To wait or delay

Hold up a minute. I want to check something.

hold up one's end
To hold up one's end of the bargain; to fulfill one's promise or obligation

I'm holding up my end and you had better hold up yours.

hold water
To withstand scrutiny or criticism; to be valid

Young man, he said, upon this point I can only say that your story is grossly improbable. It won't hold water..

hold with the hare and run with the hounds
To remain neutral by attempting to placate two factions or both sides of a controversy

Julianna needs to be careful if she keeps holding with the hare and running with the hounds; she might wind up making enemies of both labor and management.

hold with the hare and run with the hounds
To oppose an action or behavior and yet engage in the same action or behavior; to be a hypocrite

Well, if you ask me, Pastor Hawkins is trying to hold with the hare and run with the hounds by opposing casino gambling when his church operates a bingo game every Thursday night.

hold your fire
Do not discharge your weapon. Used originally for weapons needing a spark or lighting of a fuse to ignite gunpowder, now sometimes used to mean any weapon launching a projectile
hold your fire
Wait, don't retaliate, calm down, be quiet

Hold your fire and let me explain.

hold'em
Texas hold 'em
hold-up
Women's stockings designed to be worn without suspenders
hold-up
a robbery at gunpoint

This is a hold-up! Give us all your money.

hold-up
A delay or wait

What is the holdup?.

hold-up play
A play where an attacker retains possession of the ball, while the teammates can move up the field
hold-ups
Women's stockings designed to be worn without suspenders

Yet the conventions of cheating possess an odd kind of romance, of the love affair perpetually stalled in its first stages, when no one on the platform at Paddington knows you're only wearing hold-ups under your mac and you can briefly return to the drama of being the woman you thought had died of boredom somewhere on the thousand-and-eleventh trip to Waitrose.

hold-ups
plural form of hold-up
hold dear
value, cherish, esteem, appreciate, treasure
hold in
If you hold in an emotion or feeling, you do not allow yourself to express it, often making it more difficult to deal with. Depression can be traced to holding in anger Go ahead and cry. Don't hold it in
hold by the throat
(deyim) Completely hold your attention or emotions. Usage notes: also used in the forms 'grab by the throat' or 'take by the throat'
hold something in high regard
Think well of something
Hold responsible
hold to account
A hold
pause
Holding
ahold
held
occupied or in the control of; often used in combination; "enemy-held territory"
held
The status of a Settlement Request that is retained in the Central Scheduler be-cause it was entered as such or has been explicitly marked by the Sending Settlement Bank as not to be sent for settlement without further action by the Settlement Bank See Status for more details of statuses
held
occupied or in the control of; often used in combination; "enemy-held territory
held
Held is the name given to the actual judgement in a particular case
held
a: A requested item waiting collection See also Item Held b: An item is in the Library
held
Carried, grasped, or worn by a creature Also physically restrained (for example, a held door) Also, when italicized, immobile as the result of a spell or magical effect (such as hold person) Held characters are helpless, since they cannot move or perform any physical actions Such characters continue to breathe normally, however, and can take purely mental actions
held
Held is the past tense and past participle of hold. Past tense and past participle of hold. the past tense and past participle of hold
held
A situation where a security is temporarily not available for trading (e g Market Makers in OTC stocks or the Exchange in listed stocks are not allowed to display quotes)
held
A situation where a security is temporarily not available for trading (e g Market Makers are not allowed to display quotes)
held
past of hold
held
of Hold
hold back
withhold, fail to provide; hesitate, avoid participation; restrain; retain ownership
hold back
secure and keep for possible future use or application; "The landlord retained the security deposit"; "I reserve the right to disagree"
hold back
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
hold back
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
hold back
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
hold back
restrain
hold back
constrain
hold back
keep under control; keep in check; "suppress a smile"; "Keep your temper"; "keep your cool"
hold back
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"
hold back
An amount of money retained by a construction lender or owner until satisfactory completion of the work performed by a contractor
hold back
hold back; keep from being perceived by others; "She conceals her anger well"
hold back
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
hold 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
hold back
wait before acting
hold back
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
hold back
encumber
hold back
cumber
hold by
support, agree with
hold down
keep; "She manages to hold down two jobs"
hold down
restrain; "please hold down the noise so that the neighbors can sleep"
hold down
If you hold down a job or a place in a team, you manage to keep it. He never could hold down a job Constant injury problems had made it tough for him to hold down a regular first team place
hold down
If you hold someone down, you keep them under control and do not allow them to have much freedom or power or many rights. Everyone thinks there is some vast conspiracy wanting to hold down the younger generation
hold down
keep; "She manages to hold down two jobs
hold down
restrict to preset limitations; be responsible for
hold in
close in or confine
hold in
hold back; keep from being perceived by others; "She conceals her anger well"
hold in
lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits; "moderate your alcohol intake"; "hold your tongue"; "hold your temper"; "control your anger"
hold off
If you hold off doing something, you delay doing it or delay making a decision about it. The hospital staff held off taking Rosenbaum in for an X-ray They have threatened military action but held off until now
hold off
withstand, fight off; delay, postpone; keep at a distance; refrain from action
hold off
fight to a stand-off; "Dallas had enough of a lead to hold the Broncos back"
hold off
If you hold off a challenge in a race or competition, you do not allow someone to pass you. Between 1987 and 1990, Steffi Graf largely held off Navratilova's challenge for the crown
hold off
wait before acting
hold off
fight to a stand-off; "Dallas had enough of a lead to hold the Broncos back
hold office
occupy a position of authority (in a government, administration, etc.)
hold on
If you hold on, or hold onto something, you keep your hand on it or around it, for example to prevent the thing from falling or to support yourself. His right arm was extended up beside his head, still holding on to a coffee cup He was struggling to hold onto a rock on the face of the cliff Despite her aching shoulders, Nancy held on
hold on
be persistent, refuse to stop; "he persisted to call me every night"; "The child persisted and kept asking questions"
hold on
hold out, hang on, endure, stand firm; wait a minute, just a minute
hold on
If you hold on, you manage to achieve success or avoid failure in spite of great difficulties or opposition. This Government deserved to lose power a year ago. It held on
hold on
If you ask someone to hold on, you are asking them to wait for a short time. The manager asked him to hold on while he investigated. = hang on
hold on
hold firmly
hold on
stop and wait, as if awaiting further instructions or developments; "Hold on a moment!"
hold on
stop and wait, as if awaiting further instructions or developments; "Hold on a moment!
hold on
retain possession of; "Can I keep my old stuffed animals?"; "She kept her maiden name after she married"
hold on
hold the phone line open; "Please hang on while I get your folder"
hold on to
If you hold on to your beliefs, ideas, or principles, you continue to believe in them and do not change or abandon them if others try to influence you or if circumstances cause you to doubt them. He was imprisoned for 19 years yet held on to his belief in his people
hold on to
If you hold on to something that gives you an advantage, you succeed in keeping it for yourself, and prevent it from being taken away or given to someone else. Firms are now keen to hold on to the people they recruit. a politician who knew how to hold onto power
hold on to
If you hold on to something, you keep it for a longer time than would normally be expected. Do you think you could hold on to that report for the next day or two? People hold onto letters for years and years. = keep
hold out
If you hold out your hand or something you have in your hand, you move your hand away from your body, for example to shake hands with someone. `I'm Nancy Drew,' she said, holding out her hand
hold out
last and be usable; "This dress wore well for almost ten years"
hold out
If you hold out for something, you refuse to accept something which you do not think is good enough or large enough, and you continue to demand more. I should have held out for a better deal He can only hold out a few more weeks
hold out
If you say that someone is holding out on you, you think that they are refusing to give you information that you want. He had always believed that kids could sense it when you held out on them
hold out
hang on, endure; extent, stretch forth
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