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hold

verb [I or T] (CONTINUE)
繼續
 
 
/həʊld/ US  /hoʊld/ (held)
to cause to stay or continue in the same way as before
使保持(某種狀態);持續
Let's hope our good luck holds.
希望我們好運不斷。
I hope the repair holds until we get the car to a garage.
我希望這樣維修能讓我們一直把車子開到修車廠。
The old adage that 'money talks' still holds true (= is still true).
那句古老的諺語「有錢能使鬼推磨」現在依然所言甚是。
The government is committed to holding exports at their present level.
政府承諾繼續保持現有的出口標準。
The ship/aircraft held its course.
這艘船/這架飛機定住了航向。
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(Definition of hold verb (CONTINUE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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