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hold out

phrasal verb with hold
 
 
/həʊld/ verb ( past tense and past participle held)
BE ENOUGH If a supply of food or money holds out, you have enough for a particular period of time.
wystarczać
Enough
DEFEND to continue to defend yourself against an attack
bronić się
The city is still holding out against rebel troops.Responding to an attack
Translations of “hold out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 抵抗,抵禦…
in Russian хватать, быть достаточным, держаться…
in Turkish dayanmak, yetmek, yeteri miktarda var olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抵抗,抵御…
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