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  1. hold

    • IPA[həʊld]

    英式

    • v.
      grasp, carry, or support with one's arms or hands;keep or sustain in a specified position
    • n.
      an act or manner of grasping something; a grip;a particular way of grasping or restraining someone, especially an opponent in wrestling or judo.
    • noun: hold, plural noun: holds

    • verb: hold, 3rd person present: holds, gerund or present participle: holding, past tense: held, past participle: held

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. grasp, carry, or support with one's arms or hands:

      she was holding a brown leather suitcase

      he held on to the back of a chair

    • 2. keep or sustain in a specified position:

      I held the door open for him

    • 3. embrace (someone):

      Mark pulled her into his arms and held her close

    • 4. be able to bear (the weight of a person or thing):

      I reached up to the nearest branch which seemed likely to hold my weight

    • 5. (of a vehicle) maintain close contact with (the road), especially when driven at speed:

      the car holds the corners very well

    • 6. (of a ship or an aircraft) continue to follow (a particular course):

      the ship is holding a south-easterly course

    • 7. keep going in a particular direction:

      he held on his way, close behind his friend

    • 8. keep or detain (someone):

      the police were holding him on a murder charge

      she was held prisoner for two days

    • 9. keep possession of (something), typically in the face of a challenge or attack:

      the rebels held the town for many weeks

      White managed to hold on to his lead

    • 10. keep (someone's interest or attention).
    • 11. (of a singer or musician) sustain (a note).
    • 12. stay or cause to stay at a certain value or level:

      MCI shares held at 77p

      they are trying to hold public spending to £244.5 billion

    • 13. (in sport) manage to achieve a draw against (opponents thought likely to win):

      AC Milan were held to a 1–1 draw by Udinese

    • 14. remain secure, intact, or in position without breaking or giving way:

      the boat's anchor would not hold

    • 15. (of a favourable condition or situation) continue without changing:

      let's hope her luck holds

    • 16. be or remain valid or available:

      I'll have that coffee now, if the offer still holds

    • 17. (of an argument or theory) be logical, consistent, or convincing:

      their views still seem to hold up extremely well

    • 18. refuse to abandon or change (a principle or opinion):

      those who held to the view that Britain should not be part of the Common Market

    • 19. cause someone to adhere to (a commitment):

      the role of the media ought to be to hold politicians to their promises

    • 20. contain or be capable of containing (a specified amount):

      the tank held twenty-four gallons

    • 21. be able to drink (a reasonable amount of alcohol) without becoming drunk or suffering any ill effects:

      I can hold my drink as well as anyone

    • 22. have or be characterized by:

      I don't know what the future holds

    • 23. have in one's possession:

      the managing director still holds fifty shares in the company

    • 24. be in possession of illegal drugs:

      he was holding, and the police hauled him off to jail

    • 25. have or occupy (a job or position):

      she held office from 1985 to 90

    • 26. have (a belief or opinion):

      I feel nothing but pity for someone who holds such chauvinistic views

      they hold that all literature is empty of meaning

    • 27. consider (someone) to be responsible or liable for a particular situation:

      you can't hold yourself responsible for what happened

    • 28. regard someone or something with (a specified feeling):

      the speed limit is held in contempt by many drivers

    • 29. (of a judge or court) rule; decide:

      the Court of Appeal held that there was no evidence to support the judge's assessment

    • 30. keep or reserve for someone:

      a booking can be held for twenty-four hours

    • 31. maintain (a telephone connection) until the person one has telephoned is free to speak:

      please hold the line, and I'll see if he's available

      will you hold?

    • 32. prevent from going ahead or occurring:

      hold your fire!

    • 33. refrain from adding or using (something, typically an item of food or drink):

      a strawberry margarita, but hold the tequila

    • 34. wait or stop doing something:

      hold it right there, mate!

    • 35. restrain oneself:

      Hold, hold!’ he cried

    • 36. arrange and take part in (a meeting or conversation):

      a meeting was held at the church

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or manner of grasping something; a grip:

      he caught hold of her arm

      he lost his hold and fell

    • 2. a particular way of grasping or restraining someone, especially an opponent in wrestling or judo.
    • 3. a place where one can grip with one's hands or feet while climbing:

      he felt carefully with his feet for a hold and swung himself up

    • 4. power or control:

      Tom had some kind of hold over his father

    • 5. a fortress.
    • n. an area of land held by lease.

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    • n. an area of land held by lease.

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    • past and past participle of hold

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    • past and past participle of hold

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    • n. a situation that causes delay:

    • the road closure will cause lengthy hold-ups

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    • ph. wait; stop

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    • IPA[hōld]

    美式

    • v.
      grasp, carry, or support with one's arms or hands:
    • she was holding a brown leather suitcase

      he held onto the back of a chair

    • n.
      an act or manner of grasping something; a grip:
    • he caught hold of her arm

      he lost his hold and fell

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    • IPA[həʊld]

    英式

    • n.
      a large compartment or space in the lower part of a ship or aircraft in which cargo is stowed.

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    • IPA[hōld]

    美式

    • n.
      a large space in the lower part of a ship or aircraft in which cargo is stowed.

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  2. 知識+

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