Hold Out

Definition of hold out (Entry 2 of 2) intransitive verb. 1: to remain unsubdued or unyielding where 30 of the refugees were still holding out — Anna Tomforde also: to continue to function or be available: last entry 1 prayed that the engine would hold out as long as our money holds out.

hold someone or somethingout (of something) and hold someone or somethingout. to set someone or something aside from the rest; to prevent someone or a group from participating. Her parents held her out of sports because of her health. They held out every player who had an injury. See also: hold, out.

hold out - stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something stand firm, withstand, resist fight down, oppose, fight, fight back, defend - fight against or resist strongly; "The senator said he would oppose the bill"; "Don't fight it!".

If something holds out, it continues to be useful or enough: The sensors are designed to work as long as their batteries hold out. (Definition of hold out from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © .

holdout- a refusal by a negotiator to come to terms in the hope of obtaining a better deal. bargaining- the negotiation of the terms of a transaction or agreement. 3. holdout- the act of hiding playing cards in a gambling game so they are available for personal use later.


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