- 1Waiting to be connected while making a telephone call: ‘I’ll just see if he’s free,’ Rachel said, and put me on holdMore example sentences
- However for consumers, five minutes of waiting on hold, can undo years of advertising and brand exposure.
- Businesses even need a licence to play music on their telephone line when customers are put on hold.
- People trapped in fires don't want to be stuck on hold listening to Vivaldi's Four Seasons
- 1.1Temporarily not being dealt with or pursued: he has had to put his career on holdMore example sentences
- Many deals have been put on hold, and may be shelved for months if the market falls flat on its face for a prolonged period.
- It will not be surprising if all football activities are put on hold because of these ongoing squabbles.
- But discussions look set to be put on hold because of an ongoing problem regarding the new access road.
More definitions of on holdDefinition of on hold in:
- The US English dictionary