Hold [noun]

Definition of Hold:

grasp, possession

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Sentence/Example of Hold:

Observations they had planned for the spring were put on hold by the coronavirus pandemic.

They are readily available, and I never have to wait on hold for an hour.

Hartman said he was told the hold was due to unspecified operational issues.

His factory, which employs 14 people, was shut for more than two months, with most first-half orders put on hold.

In March, as the Coronavirus crisis was beginning to take hold, agencies conducted tests to see how viable remote work was before sending employees home for what many thought would be just a few weeks.

ABC’s “The Good Doctor” had planned to start shooting in mid-August but put that plan on hold because of testing concerns.

I’ve even chased a few people to get their thoughts but plans for TikTok seem to be on hold for now.

LUMA Partners CEO Terence Kawaja noted that most deal discussions around the globe had been put on hold over the past 100 or so days amid coronavirus related lockdowns, though dialog began picking up again in mid-June.

Broadcasters and publishers took a battering throughout the coronavirus crisis as advertisers reined in their spending, productions were put on hold and print sales slumped.

Haile said the company put its user acquisition spending on hold to keep more cash on hand during the crisis.