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  1. Tule Reply
    a hold on (someone) A strong influence over or effect on someone. That movie must really have a hold on the kids—I've hardly heard a peep out of them since I turned it on. Can you believe all the money he spends on her? I guess her beauty has a real hold on him. See also: hold, on hold on 1. To physically grip something. Hold onto the railing so that.
  2. Shakanos Reply
    May 09,  · Song Hold On; Artist Tom Waits; Album Mule Variations; Writers Tom Waits, Kathleen Brennan; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] FUGA Aggregation (on behalf of Anti/Epitaph); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE.
  3. Grole Reply
    A bond or force that attaches or restrains, or by which something is affected or dominated: a writer with a strong hold on her readership.
  4. Kazrarg Reply
    put (one) on hold To temporarily suspend one's telephone call by putting it into an electronic hold, typically while the caller waits to be connected to someone. Thank you for your query. I'll have to put you on hold while I ask my supervisor about this issue. The bank always puts you on hold when you try to get through to them. See also: hold, on, put.
  5. Kajigor Reply
    Definition of hold on. intransitive verb. 1 a: to maintain a condition or position: persist. b: to maintain a grasp on something: hang on. 2: to await something (such as a telephone connection) desired or requested broadly: wait. hold on to.: to maintain possession of or adherence to. Synonyms & Antonyms Example Sentences Learn More about hold on.
  6. Kigajin Reply
    Hold definition is - to have possession or ownership of or have at one's disposal. How to use hold in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of hold.
  7. Fesida Reply
    "Hold On" (folk song) also known as "Gospel Plow", traditional American folk song "Hold On" (John Lennon song), "Hold On" (Triumph song), " Hold On (To My Love) ", .
  8. Shazragore Reply
    put (one) on hold To temporarily suspend one's telephone call by putting it into an electronic hold, typically while the caller waits to be connected to someone. Thank you for your query. I'll have to put you on hold while I ask my supervisor about this issue. The bank always puts you on hold when you try to get through to them. See also: hold, on, put.