Word: hold

Category: hold

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Related words: hold

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Synonyms: hold

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: hold

spanish
haber, sujetar, regentar, contener, tener


german
laderaum, gelten, verzug, haft, erhalten, ...

french
évaluation, enlacer, tiens, détention, acquiescer, ...

italian
presa, tenere, mantenere, stiva, ritenere, ...

portuguese
prisão, protelação, içar, haver, prender, ...

dutch
vasthouden, bewaren, onderhouden, verdaging, verdragen, ...

russian
отсрочка, содержать, показывать, власть, полагать, ...

norwegian
inneholde, bevare, holde, tak

swedish
hålla

finnish
pidätys, pidättää, kannatella, arvio, pitää, ...

danish
holde, få, bevare

czech
podepřít, obsahovat, slavit, mít, zadržet, ...

polish
postanawiać, zawierać, nadstawiać, piastować, mieścić, ...

hungarian
hajótér, vár

turkish
gecikme, durdurmak, kulp, sap, dayanmak, ...

greek
αμπάρι, κρατώ

ukrainian
відмічати, витримати, думати, ось-то, гаятись

albanian
mbaj

bulgarian
трюм, запазвам

belarusian
трымаць, гадаваць, прыймаць

estonian
pidama, mahutama, trümm

croatian
držati, zadržati, sadržavati, održavati, držanje

icelandic
bragð, halda, fang, tak

latin
teneo, possideo

lithuanian
laikyti, rankena

latvian
atlikšana, būt, turēt, spals, izjust, ...

romanian
mâner, ine

slovak
držať, udržovať, udržte

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The meaning and "use of": hold

noun
  • an act or manner of grasping something; a grip.
  • a large space in the lower part of a ship or aircraft in which cargo is stowed.

verb
  • grasp, carry, or support with one's arms or hands.
  • keep or detain (someone).
  • remain secure, intact, or in position without breaking or giving way.
  • contain or be capable of containing (a specified amount).
  • have in one's possession.
  • keep or reserve for someone.
  • arrange and take part in (a meeting or conversation).

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