Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who is entrusted with keeping a key to commercial or industrial premises.
- The information will be available to police control rooms and council environmental health officers and enable keyholders to be contacted more quickly.
- The officials, both keyholders, were ordered to go into work the following day as usual.
- Humberside Police also operates a scheme in which residents pay a pound a month to register details of their premises and emergency telephone numbers of keyholders.
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