— phrasal verb with hold uk /həʊld/ us /hoʊld/ verb held, held
- "Are you ready?" "No, hold on."
- Hold on. I'll be ready in just a moment.
- Hold on! I'm not ready.
- We've got to go now. We can't hold on any longer.
- Hold on. I need to find my glasses.
- He took my hand and held on very tightly.
- She grabbed the door handle and held on, even when the car drove off.
- While I'm up the ladder, you just hold on at the bottom.
- Grab the rope and hold on - then we'll pull you in.
- Why on earth did you let go of the wheel? You've got to hold on all the time while the vehicle is moving.