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Translation of "hold" - English-Turkish dictionary

hold

noun     /həʊld/
WITH HANDS [C] B2 when you hold something or someone, or the way you do this tutma, tutuş Keep a tight hold on your tickets.Having in your hands
catch/grab/take, etc hold of sth/sb B2 to start holding something or someone yakalayıp/kavrayıp/uzanıp/alıp vb. tutmak He tried to escape, but I grabbed hold of his jacket.Having in your hands
get hold of sth/sb B2 to obtain something, or to manage to speak to someone elde etmek; birine ulaşmaya çalışmak; biriyle konuşmaya çalışmak I got hold of a copy at the local library. I rang three times, but couldn't get hold of her.Communicating and keeping in touch
on hold If a plan or activity is on hold, it will not be done until a later time. beklemede The project is on hold until we get more money.Delaying and wasting time waiting to speak to someone on the telephone telefonda bekleme His secretary put me on hold.Communicating by telephone
keep hold of sth to keep something muhafaza etmek, elde bulundurmak Keep hold of this. You might need it later.Having in your hands
hold on/over sth/sb power or control over something or someone kontrol, üstünlük, güç Their company has a strong hold on the computer market.Power to control
SPACE [C] an area on a ship or aircraft for storing things (gemi) ambar; (uçak) kargo, yük bölümü a cargo hold →  See also get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick Parts of ships and boatsParts of aeroplanes
(Definition of hold noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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