Many useful phrasal verbs with HOLD
20/7/18 Many useful phrasal verbs with HOLD
- Hold on — To hold something tightly. This phrase can also be a way of asking someone to wait for a moment.
“You’d better hold on to your hat, it’s windy out there!”
- Hold back — To stop yourself from doing or saying something.
“Amy has a great voice but whenever she’s singing in public she feels shy and holds back.”