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hold onphrasal verb

  • jaお待ちください
  • enused to tell someone to wait or stop for a short time

Examples

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Excuse me.
2.
It says to call this number if you're not completely satisfied with this candy bar.
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Well, I'm not completely satisfied.
4.
Listen, it's kind of an emergency.
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Well, I guess you'd know that or we'd be in the predicament room.
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Hold on.
7.
Fill these out. Sit over there.
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- Clear in the back. - Copy.
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All clear on the main hall.
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Clear.
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Clear.
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The service road a quarter mile away is also clear.
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Hold on, there's a pigeon approaching.
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Hold the mission.
8.
Shoo.
9.
Shoo. Shoo.
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Shoo.
11.
Great work with that pidge, officer.
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1.
Hello?
2.
Yeah.
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Hold on one sec— I don't know.
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Hold on one second.
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Do you really have to do that right now?
6.
Yes, I do.
7.
I should've done this weeks ago, actually.
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Mr. Decker, I'm sorry about that.
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What were you—
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Can you hold on one second?
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Yeah, just one second.
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Thanks.
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Hello?
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That's it. Perfect.
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You think you're so much better than me, Celia.
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Better than everyone here, but I know the truth.
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You're nothing but a hypocrite.
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A fake.
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Um, hold on a second.
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See, you stomp around in those boots, and you act so tough, but that's all it is.
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It's just an act.
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You're going to go over that, aren't you?
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- No. - You're going under?
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- Yeah. - Alexis, good luck.
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- Wait, hold on!
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Alexis! I guess we're gonna vote right now.
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Do we think that Alexis is gonna make it?
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I'm gonna say yes.
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One person says no.
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And it appears to be her friend.
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Put the card back. How well do remember your card?
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*laughter* You had to look at it. Think of the playing card.
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I'm going to find his card in a unique way. I'm going to eat the card. Like this, ah?
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*speaking with mouth full* Hold. Let's do this.
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Hold on
6.
Hold on, hold on.
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*laughter*
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No way!
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I'm sorry, what? *laughter*
10.
I don't want to be part of this trick anymore.
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*offscreen* No! Nooo!!! *applause*
12.
Yes!!! No!
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Take it out of his mouth! *laughing*
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Oh, my God! Oh, my gosh!!!
15.
Is this a joke?!
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1.
It is ordered, adjudged, and decreed that Walter McMillian is to face death by electrocution.
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That's my dad, sir.
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Sit down, young man.
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John, I want you to sit down now.
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He ain't do nothing wrong.
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Please, Judge, hold on one second.
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I won't say it again. Sit down!
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Not if you gonna kill my dad for no reason.
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You killing my family, sir. You!
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You there! Where did you get that duck?
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What, you mean Bucket?
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I found him.
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It was a miracle.
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You know, until he came along, my entire life, I had nothing.
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And now, I have this one little thing that makes me happy.
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Vexler, make the dirty man give Henry back to me.
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All right, how much?
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Oh, no, Bucket's not for sale.
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Trick him.
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Now, hold on there, pal.
12.
I'm not just some rube, you know?
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On the count of 3, name your least favorite co-worker.
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Hold on.
3.
Oh my God.
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Do you know who yours is?
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Yep.
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Oh my gosh!
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Now hold still.
2.
Got it!
3.
Yay! Yay! Yay!
4.
Okay, hold on, honey.
5.
Mommy's trying to choose between Mayfair and Valencia.
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Mommy! Mommy! Mommy!
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Look it!
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Bye, mommy!
9.
Love you too, honey!

Other meanings for hold on...

hold onphrasal verb

  • jaその場を持ちこたえる、踏ん張る
  • ento manage to survive or to deal with a difficult situation
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Just hold on a little longer, okay?
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We'll be home soon.
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And, my mom...
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She'll get you your own bed, and you can eat as many Eggos as you want.
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And, we can go to the Snow Ball.
6.
Promise?
7.
Promise.
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1.
Help!
2.
Save me, Dean!
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Just hold on, Angelica!
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Whoa, fella, whoa.
5.
Dean, you saved my life.