- grasp, carry, or support with one's hands；keep or sustain in a specified position
- an act or manner of grasping something; a grip；a particular way of grasping or restraining someone, especially an opponent in wrestling or judo.
verb: hold, 3rd person present: holds, gerund or present participle: holding, past tense: held, past participle: held
noun: hold, plural noun: holds
- 1. grasp, carry, or support with one's hands she was holding a brown leather suitcase 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ keep or sustain in a specified position I held the door open for him
- ▪ embrace (someone) Mark pulled her into his arms and held her close 同義詞
- ▪ be able to bear (the weight of a person or thing) I reached up to the nearest branch that seemed likely to hold my weight 同義詞
- ▪ (of a vehicle) maintain close contact with (the road), especially when driven at speed the car holds the corners very well
- ▪ (of a ship or an aircraft) continue to follow (a particular course) the ship is holding a southeasterly course
- ▪ archaic keep going in a particular direction he held on his way, close behind his friend
- 2. keep or detain (someone) the police were holding him on a murder charge she was held prisoner for two days 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ keep possession of (something), typically in the face of a challenge or attack the rebels held the town for many weeks
- ▪ keep (someone's interest or attention). 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a singer or musician) sustain (a note).
- ▪ stay or cause to stay at a certain value or level the savings rate held at 5% he is determined to hold down inflation
- 3. remain secure, intact, or in position without breaking or giving way the boat's anchor would not hold
- ▪ (of a favorable condition or situation) continue without changing let's hope her luck holds 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ be or remain valid or available I'll have that coffee now, if the offer still holds 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of an argument or theory) be logical, consistent, or convincing this basic argument holds for almost any economic model of competition
- 4. contain or be capable of containing (a specified amount) the tank held twenty-four gallons 同義詞
- ▪ be able to drink (a reasonable amount of alcohol) without becoming drunk or suffering any ill effects I can hold my liquor as well as anyone
- ▪ have or be characterized by I don't know what the future holds
- 5. have in one's possession the managing director still holds fifty shares in the company 同義詞
- ▪ North American informal be in possession of illegal drugs he was holding, and the police hauled him off to jail
- ▪ have or occupy (a job or position) she held office from 1985 to 90 同義詞
- ▪ have or adhere to (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 同義詞
- ▪ regard (someone or something) in a specified way you can't hold yourself responsible for what happened the speed limit is held in contempt by many drivers
- ▪ (of a judge or court) rule; decide the Court of Appeals held that there was no evidence to support the judge's assessment
- 6. keep or reserve for someone a reservation can be held for twenty-four hours
- ▪ maintain (a phone connection) until the person one has called is free to speak please hold, and I'll see if he's available will you hold?
- 7. prevent from going ahead or occurring hold your fire!
- ▪ North American informal refrain from adding or using (something, typically an item of food or drink) a strawberry margarita, but hold the tequila
- ▪ informal used as a way of exhorting someone to wait or to stop doing something hold it right there, pal!
- ▪ archaic restrain oneself “Hold, hold!” he cried
- 8. arrange and take part in (a meeting or conversation) a meeting was held at the church 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. an act or manner of grasping something; a grip he caught hold of her arm he lost his hold and fell 同義詞
- ▪ a particular way of grasping or restraining someone, especially an opponent in wrestling or judo.
- ▪ 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
- 2. power or control he discovered that Tom had some kind of hold over his father military forces tightened their hold on the capital 同義詞
- 3. archaic a fortress.
- be left holding the bag
- get hold of
- hold someone/something cheap
- hold court
- hold someone/something dear
- hold fast
- hold the fort
- hold someone's hand
- hold hands
- hold someone/something harmless
- hold one's horses
- hold the line
- hold one's nose
- hold serve
- hold true
- hold someone to bail
- hold one's tongue
- hold water
- no holds barred
- on hold
- take hold
- there is no holding someone back
- hold against
- hold back
- hold down
- hold forth
- hold in
- hold off
- hold on
- hold out
- hold out for
- hold out on
- hold over
- hold to
- hold together
- hold up
- hold with
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