get holdYou just use what you can get hold of.
take holdLeaning over for balance, take hold of your front ankle and raise the back leg.
hold upYou can hold up to three.
hold downIt is, if it is wrong hold down and press C.
just hold‘Hey, just hold that smile, will you?’
hold outBut still she doubted her ability to hold out against him.
able to holdHer breasts were full and shapely — and Johnny would never be able to hold one of them beneath his hand, Cassie thought enviously.
hold backGrit your teeth and hold back.
people to holdDeaf people also imagined hearing people to hold more negative attitudes than they actually did.
ability to holdBut still she doubted her ability to hold out against him.
enough to holdThis is to make certain that the frame is wide enough to hold the glass.
need to holdPeople who need to hold the asset in question for trading purposes may therefore be prepared to pay for a device that guarantees a stable price.