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hold

verb [T] (MAKE HAPPEN)
使发生
 
 
/həʊld/ US  /hoʊld/ (held)
to make something, especially a meeting or an election happen
使发生;举行(尤指会议或选举)
Could we hold a meeting to discuss this tomorrow afternoon?
明天下午我们开会讨论这件事好吗?
The election will be held on 8th of August.
选举将于8月8日举行。
I find it's almost impossible to hold a sensible conversation with her.
我发现几乎不可能和她进行理智的谈话。
Causing things to happen
(Definition of hold verb (MAKE HAPPEN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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