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hold on to/onto sth/sb

phrasal verb with hold uk   /həʊld/ us   verb held, held
[T] to keep something or someone that is important or useful: I held onto the tech shares after the stock market fell because I knew they would recover. You should hold on to her, she's too good to lose to a competitor.
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