hold/stand firm Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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hold/stand firm

to ​remain in the same ​place or at the same ​level: The ​protestersstood firm as the ​policetried to ​disperse them. The ​dollarheld firm against the Euro today.
(Definition of hold/stand firm from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hold/stand firm”
in Chinese (Simplified) 呆在原地, 坚持不动, 保持不变…
in Chinese (Traditional) 呆在原地, 堅持不動, 保持不變…
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