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8 thoughts on “ Hold On To You

  1. Can you hold onto my keys while we're at the party? 3. To keep or maintain something. My mom has held onto all my old art projects, even ones from when I was in preschool. He's had trouble holding onto a steady job, so hopefully this one will last. See also: hold.
  2. To expect or encourage one to uphold something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "hold" and "to." You said you'd be home by 10, and I'm holding you to .
  3. DEFINITIONS 4 1 (hold on to something) to hold something tightly or carefully so that you do not drop it or do not fall Hold on to the seat in front when we go round the corner.
  4. In this article, you’ll learn more what a payment hold is, why it happens, and how to resolve it. Why are my funds inaccessible or on hold? PayPal may place a hold or restrict your account activity if we need a little more information from you about a transaction, your business or your account activity.
  5. Then, brothers and sisters, firmly hold on to the traditions we taught you either when we spoke to you or in our letter. New American Standard So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught, whether by word of mouth or by letter from us. King James Bible.
  6. You've been looking for some way to hold on. I know you feel so far away So far away from better days As you look For a way out I'll hold onto you And when it gets too hard to take I'll be the light that leads the way As you look For a way out I'll hold onto you I'll hold onto you.
  7. I don't wanna wish that you would stay If I know I should let go Why do I hold on to you? I don't wanna waste another day I don't wanna say I'm not okay If I know I should let go Why do I hold on to you? Why do I hold on to you? Why do I hold on to you? I'm still listening to this stupid song Like I don't know where it all went wrong, mmm.
  8. In my experience as a native AmE speaker, hold onto has more of the connotation that you are actually on something unstable (or a moving vehicle), and that you should hold onto something for safety; whereas hold on to gives me the impression that there is something less massive than you, and you should hold on to it so that you do not lose control of it.

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