Focus on the pronunciation of withhold
English definition of “withhold”
/wɪθˈhoʊld/, /wɪð-/ v [T] (past tense and past participle withheld /wɪθˈheld/, /wɪð-/)
› to refuse to give something, or to keep back something: Has the government been withholding crucial information? The governor said he would withhold judgment until he receives the committee’s report.