Definition of hold on in English:

hold on

  • 2Endure in difficult circumstances: if only they could hold on a little longer
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    • We discussed what makes certain people hold on in extreme circumstances.
    • Mark Potts was the club's sole representative in the under-15s race, holding on for a respectable 23rd position.
    • At the finish they were holding on for dear life and with St. Josephs coming at them in waves Bobby Miller must have been relieved to hear the final whistle.
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Pronunciation: məˈlôrd
noun
used to address an English nobleman