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hold outphrasal verb

  • ja持ちこたえる、耐える、抵抗する
  • ento continue to resist or survive in a difficult or dangerous situation; to last

Examples

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How many people can the Franklin transport at a time?
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With a wee bit of modification, 20, max.
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But I'm not sure how long it would hold out.
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You know when you think, "All right, I got a little money in the bank.
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I can hold out 'til the next gig."
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I had, I think, I was down to $11.
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Now that's holding out too long.
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If you're holding out for something better, well, I hate to break it to you,
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but you're going to be alone for a long time.
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I'm not afraid of being alone.
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And you might want to find someplace else to work because you're not coming with me.
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Plus, we're heading back home for a turn up!
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Wait, what is a "turn up"?
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The Black, Not Ethnically Ambiguous People of the Seven Kingdoms Meet Up!
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Okay.
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We're the only 4 Black people we seen so far, but we're holding out hope that someone Black will come.
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This is the year.
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Whoops, we must be headed the wrong way again.
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This traffic's horrible.
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A narrow escape by the new car, but how long can it hold out?
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If I didn't know better, I'd say those cars were following us.
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And the coach was like,
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"Oh, but we got to practice X amount of times a week."
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And I was like, "I am not doing that."
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I was the first diva receiver ever.
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So you were like, "That's it. I'm out."
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I held out for the entire duration of my high school career.

Other meanings for hold out...

hold outphrasal verb

  • ja〔手に何かを持って相手に~を〕差し出す、提供する
  • ento physically extend something to someone or something
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Alright, well, I have a gift for you.
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Hold out that hand.
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I don't want this hand.
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Hold this hand out like that.
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Alright?
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Hold on.
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- Uh-oh. - Hold on.
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Oh! What?
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How did I do that?
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What?
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How did that happen?
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How did you just blow my mind?
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I blew your mind!
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What?
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It's staying in my pocket.
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It's not going anywhere.
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Well, we just need to get a shot of the clause for the scene.
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- I — - In the document.
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You can hold on to it.
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Just hold it out like you'd had and then, yeah.
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This camera needs to get it out here.
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Okay, that's how I had it.
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And then you can...
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Just make sure you get an insert of the actual —
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Ooh, this is all super secret.
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And if you do this, then you hold your hand up like this.
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And then you put your hand over your heart.
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And then you hold your hand out like this.
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And then you wave twice.
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And then you say, "I believe in the tenets of the Klan."
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First up, we've got an old favorite.
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This is...
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- ...a Tech Deck! - Yes!
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- Oh, my goodness. - I haven't had one of these since elementary school.
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I'm having middle school flashbacks.
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I almost held out my hand for you to give it to me like that.
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That's very good.
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Excuse me.
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I think that's okay but ⁠—
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Watch carefully.
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Hold out your hand.
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You can't even hold out your hand?
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That's okay.
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It's okay 'cause that ⁠—
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Oh, wait, it's on top of your head instead.
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I'll put that right over there.
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The best thing I took from the set was all of the trim and doors and windows
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from the set of the main 'Parks and Rec' office.
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Somehow found their way to my wood shop
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and we milled them up into strips of red oak and then glued them up into planks
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and made them into canoe paddles, which we then gifted to the cast and producers.
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And hanging in my shop is that original huge framed picture of a brunette woman holding out a plate of bacon and eggs.
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It's what I'm referring to when I say, "I'm a simple man.
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I like ladies with dark hair and breakfast food."
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So that hangs in my shop and inspires me every day.