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Korean translation of “hold-up”

hold-up

noun   /ˈhəʊld·ʌp/
something that makes you move slowly or makes you late
방해
There were several hold-ups on the motorway.
the action of stealing money from a bank, shop, car, etc. using force
강도
(Definition of hold-up noun from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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