hole up (somewhere) Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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hole up (somewhere)

phrasal verb with hole uk   /həʊl/  us   /hoʊl/ verb [T] specialized
to ​stay in a ​safeplace, often as a way of ​avoiding something or ​hiding from someone: We'd ​betterfind some ​shelter and ​hole up until the ​stormpasses.
(Definition of hole up (somewhere) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hole up (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 躲藏,隐藏…
in Chinese (Traditional) 躲藏,隱藏…
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