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Russian translation of “hold-up”

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hold-up

noun [C] UK ( US holdup)
 
 
/ˈhəʊldʌp/
MAKES YOU LATE something that slows you down or makes you late
затор, пробка
There were several hold-ups on the motorway.Delaying and wasting time
CRIME when someone steals money from a bank, shop, or vehicle using force
вооруженное нападение, налет
Stealing
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