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  1. handhold

    • IPA[ˈhandˌhōld]

    美式

    • n.
      something for a hand to grip on
    • v.
      hold (a camera) in the hand when taking a photograph or making a video recording, as opposed to using a tripod;support or guide (someone) during a learning process or a period of change
    • verb: hand-hold, 3rd person present: hand-holds, gerund or present participle: hand-holding, past tense: hand-held, past participle: hand-held

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. something for a hand to grip on the rock is steep and there are few handholds

    動詞

    • 1. hold (a camera) in the hand when taking a photograph or making a video recording, as opposed to using a tripod we could hand-hold the camera at very slow shutter speeds with hardly any blur
    • 2. support or guide (someone) during a learning process or a period of change if you ask a mentor how to register, he or she will hand-hold you through the procedure