Definición de hold or stand one's ground en inglés:

hold (or stand) one's ground

Not retreat or lose one’s advantage during a conflict or competition: you will be able to hold your ground and resist the enemy’s attack
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I had to at least hold my ground, or lose all semblance of competency.
  • But they did manage to hold their ground on the key issue of keeping those jobs at home.
  • Shoulder to shoulder with any striker, he wants to make sure he will be able to hold his ground.
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