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  • 1 hold

    interj. dur
    n. tutma, tutunma, gemi ambarı, tutunacak yer, etki, nüfuz, durdurma, ambar, bagaj bölümü (uçak)
    v. tutmak, kavramak, tıkamak, kaldırmak, el koymak, alıkoymak, gözaltına almak, devam etmek, almak, barındırmak, muhafaza etmek, karara bağlamak, çekmek, dayanmak, sadık kalmak, geçerli olmak, durmak
    * * *
    1. tut (v.) 2. tutuş (n.)
    * * *
    I 1. [həuld] past tense, past participle - held; verb
    1) (to have in one's hand(s) or between one's hands: He was holding a knife; Hold that dish with both hands; He held the little boy's hand; He held the mouse by its tail.) tutmak
    2) (to have in a part, or between parts, of the body, or between parts of a tool etc: He held the pencil in his teeth; She was holding a pile of books in her arms; Hold the stamp with tweezers.) tutmak
    3) (to support or keep from moving, running away, falling etc: What holds that shelf up?; He held the door closed by leaning against it; Hold your hands above your head; Hold his arms so that he can't struggle.) tutmak
    4) (to remain in position, fixed etc when under strain: I've tied the two pieces of string together, but I'm not sure the knot will hold; Will the anchor hold in a storm?) tutmak
    5) (to keep (a person) in some place or in one's power: The police are holding a man for questioning in connection with the murder; He was held captive.) tutmak, alıkoymak
    6) (to (be able to) contain: This jug holds two pints; You can't hold water in a handkerchief; This drawer holds all my shirts.) almak, içermek
    7) (to cause to take place: The meeting will be held next week; We'll hold the meeting in the hall.) yap(ıl)mak, düzenle(n)mek
    8) (to keep (oneself), or to be, in a particular state or condition: We'll hold ourselves in readiness in case you send for us; She holds herself very erect.) tutmak
    9) (to have or be in (a job etc): He held the position of company secretary for five years.) sahip olmak, elinde bulundurmak
    10) (to think strongly; to believe; to consider or regard: I hold that this was the right decision; He holds me (to be) responsible for everyone's mistakes; He is held in great respect; He holds certain very odd beliefs.) sahip olmak, inanmak
    11) (to continue to be valid or apply: Our offer will hold until next week; These rules hold under all circumstances.) geçerli olmak
    12) ((with to) to force (a person) to do something he has promised to do: I intend to hold him to his promises.) zorunlu tutmak, mecbur etmek
    13) (to defend: They held the castle against the enemy.) korumak, savunmak
    14) (not to be beaten by: The general realized that the soldiers could not hold the enemy for long.) direnmek, baş eğmek
    15) (to keep (a person's attention): If you can't hold your pupils' attention, you can't be a good teacher.) tutmak, sürdürmek
    16) (to keep someone in a certain state: Don't hold us in suspense, what was the final decision?) bırakmak
    17) (to celebrate: The festival is held on 24 June.) kutlamak, yapmak
    18) (to be the owner of: He holds shares in this company.) sahip olmak
    19) ((of good weather) to continue: I hope the weather holds until after the school sports.) sürmek, devam etmek
    20) ((also hold the line) (of a person who is making a telephone call) to wait: Mr Brown is busy at the moment - will you hold or would you like him to call you back?) beklemek, ayrılmamak
    21) (to continue to sing: Please hold that note for four whole beats.) uzatmak
    22) (to keep (something): They'll hold your luggage at the station until you collect it.) muhafaza etmek
    23) ((of the future) to be going to produce: I wonder what the future holds for me?) beklemek
    2. noun
    1) (the act of holding: He caught/got/laid/took hold of the rope and pulled; Keep hold of that rope.) tutma, tutuş, yakalama
    2) (power; influence: He has a strange hold over that girl.) etki, nüfuz, denetim
    3) ((in wrestling etc) a manner of holding one's opponent: The wrestler invented a new hold.) tutma, tutuş
    - - holder
    - hold-all
    - get hold of
    - hold back
    - hold down
    - hold forth
    - hold good
    - hold it
    - hold off
    - hold on
    - hold out
    - hold one's own
    - hold one's tongue
    - hold up
    - hold-up
    - hold with
    II [həuld] noun
    ((in ships) the place, below the deck, where cargo is stored.) gemi ambarı

    English-Turkish dictionary > hold

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